Van Morrison

Van Morrison

Successful and established Belfast-born rock and blues/folk singer/ songwriter who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame (1993 and 2003 respectively).

Active since the early '60s, his first musical project was the band Them, before going solo in 1967.

His key songs include "Brown Eyed Girl", "Crazy Love", "Tupelo Honey", "Moondance", "Bright Side Of The Road", "Did Ye Get Healed", "Have I Told You Lately?", "Gloria" and "Jackie Wilson Said".

He released his debut album, "Blowin' Your Mind!" in 1967, followed by: "Astral Weeks" (1968), "His Band and the Street Choir" (1970), "Moondance" (1970), "Tupelo Honey" (1971), "Saint Dominic's Preview" (1972), "Hard Nose the Highway" (1973), "Veedon Fleece" (1974), "A Period of Transition" (1977), "Wavelength" (1978), "Into the Music" (1979), "Common One" (1980), "Beautiful Vision" (1982), "Inarticulate Speech of the Heart" (1983), "A Sense of Wonder" (1985), "No Guru, No Method, No Teacher" (1986), "Poetic Champions Compose" (1987), "Irish Heartbeat" (1988 - with the Chieftains), "Avalon Sunset" (1989), "Enlightenment" (1990), "Hymns to the Silence" (1991), "Too Long in Exile" (1993), "How Long Has This Been Going On" (1995), "Days Like This" (1995), "Tell Me Something: The Songs of Mose Allison" (1996), "The Healing Game" (1997), "Back on Top" (1999), "You Win Again" (2000), "Down the Road" (2002), "What's Wrong with This Picture?" (2003), "Magic Time" (2005), "Pay the Devil" (2006), "Keep It Simple" (2008), "Born to Sing: No Plan B" (2012), "Duets: Re-working the Catalogue" (2015), "Keep Me Singing" (2016), "Versatile" (2017), "Roll with the Punches" (2017), "The Prophet Speaks" (2018), plus 2018's: "You're Driving Me Crazy" and 2023's "Accentuate The Positive".

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