Tommy did a live interview with Brendan on the BG Country Show on Thursday March 26th. 2020. Tommy Fleming was born in 1971 in Aclare, County Sligo. His natural singing ability was evident at a young age whilst participating in local talent competitions and concerts. While still at school his first band was born a rock band called The Face of February and thus began the a life of gigging in local clubs and pubs.
On Monday, March 30th. 2020 Brendan had TR Dallas as a special guest on his show. TR hails all the way from Mount Temple near Moat, Co Westmeath and has travelled the roads of Ireland for many, many years fronting numerous bands including The Mainliners.
On Monday, March 1th. 2020, Brendan had Eamonn McCann as a special guest on his show. Eamonn is from Creggin, Co Tyrone and is one of Irelands premier country artists for many years entertaining audiences all over the country and abroad.
John's Story: "I was born and reared in Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, Ireland but I now live in Croghan, Co. Offaly. I have enjoyed great success and songwriting is a passion of mine. I have toured the length and breath of Ireland and throughout Europe. It has been an amazing journey and I look forward to entertaining in the years ahead and making many new friends and fans on my musical journey."
Robert has made his home in Ireland for many years now . He served his apprenticeship in Country Music since he first arrived here and is now one of the top Country artists in Ireland, his popularity spreading with extensive airplay in Europe and such distant territories as Australia. "Say You Love Me" is a song synonymous with Robert and its immense popularity dictates that it’s requested at all his shows.
On May 15th 2020, P J Murrihy joined Brendan in Studio for a chat. P J Murrihy is an Irish singer-songwriter from Mullagh, County Clare, Ireland. When not working on his own farm in Clare he tours Ireland with his own band.
Michelle Murphy joined Brendan on May 28th. 2020 for a chat on air. From Oylegate, Co Wexford, Michelle is a fan of both country music and social dancing. She feels getting out to a show and throwing a few shapes is an instant lift for just about anybody.
On June 4th. 2020, Mary Duff Joined Brendan in Studio for a chat. Mary has been at the top of the European Country music tree for more than three decades, enjoying the appreciation of audiences worldwide as part of Daniel O’Donnell’s show (now in its 24th year). She is a very familiar voice and face from Norway to New Zealand!
Gerry joined Brendan for a chat on June 8th. 2020. He is regarded as one of Ireland’s finest songwriters and is well known for his worldwide hit ‘Paddy’ which he dedicated to those that left Ireland to seek work and sent the money home to support their families.Gerry recorded his first album in 1995 and continues to write and record original songs.
Osoyoos singer Peggie Nora, 69, joined Brendan on air on June 15th. 2020. She had hung up her hat when it came to music, but she wasn’t going to let her age stop her from exploring a new career. Singing since she was four years old, she let some critiques about her age stop her temporarily. Now she has her songs played on radio stations around the world. “We all know when we can’t do it anymore, or when we should. As long as you can still do something and you love it, you have a passion for it, you should do it,” Nora said.
Seamus Moore (born 18 June 1947) is a popular Irish performer and linked up with Brendan in the Studio on June 22nd 2020. Moore began his career when he entered a talent contest and won with his own composition "The JCB Song". After two years, he was presented with a gold disc by his record company I&B Records to mark over 50,000 sales. He has been known as The JCB Man ever since.