DIVA’s favourite Westlife singer is back

The multi-Brit Award-winning star provides the soundtrack to Christmas with the release of his festive new album!


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IMAGE: MARK FEEHILY

 

Mark, who performed at the European Diversity Awards in London last week, returns to the music spotlight after a two-year absence.

 

The album, a collection of classic Christmas favourites, will remind fans of the Flying Without Wings singer’s vocal brilliance and delight new audiences with his unique takes on timeless songs.

 

 

Tracks on the album include a moving cover of Joni Mitchell’s River and an uplifting version of Otis Redding’s Merry Christmas Baby as well as Mark’s own versions of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Mariah Carey’s Miss You Most (at Christmas Time). 

 

Mark’s music comeback is long overdue. He was widely regarded as “the voice” in Westlife, and his stunning and soulful performance on new album Christmas will only help to confirm that while boybands fade, talent lives on.

 

Mark says of the album: “Christmas has always been my favourite time of the year so naturally it’s been a dream of mine to make this album.

 

“It’s been fantastic being back in the studio to cover wonderful songs and make them my own. I’ve had incredible feedback, particularly about River and Merry Christmas Baby.

 

“I’m looking forward to giving something back to fans. This is what the album is all about. It is a bit of my own Christmas gift to them!”

 

Mark’s new album is available at musicglue.com/markfeehily​​

 

 

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