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Chris de Burgh

Chris de Burgh

UK singer-songwriter (in)famous for the 1986 number one smash, 'The Lady In Red', as well as other hits including 'Don't Pay The Ferryman', 'A Spaceman Came Travelling', 'Missing You' and 'High On Emotion'.

He released his debut album, "Far Beyond These Castle Walls" in 1974, followed by: "Spanish Train and Other Stories" (1975), "At the End of a Perfect Day" (1977), "Crusader" (1979), "Eastern Wind" (1980), "The Getaway" (1982), "Man on the Line" (1984), "Into the Light" (1986), "Flying Colours" (1988), "Power of Ten" (1992), "This Way Up" (1994), "Quiet Revolution" (1999), "Timing Is Everything" (2002), "The Road to Freedom" (2004), "The Storyman" (2006), "Footsteps" (2008), "Moonfleet & Other Stories" (2010), "Footsteps 2" (2011), "Home" (2012), "The Hands of Man" (2014), plus 2016's: "A Better World".

His largest audiences outside of the UK are in South America (possibly due to his Argentinian heritage).

Website: www.cdeb.com
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