Ireland’s Wayne P. Sheehy is an intensely active musician, writer and producer as well as the creator and producer of the TV show “The Last Pub in Ireland”. Sheehy has worked with U2 frontman Bono, Van Morrison, Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones and Faces, the Animals’ Eric Burdon, Bo Diddley, Bobby Womack, Paul Brady, Paul Young, the Chieftains, Hot House Flowers and many more. Most recently he’s collaborated with Paul McGann, Sarah Lynch and Jane McGann. Sheehy formed The Armada with Jeff Martin of the Tea Party, and his first solo project, DDAAKKUU launches this year. He also owns Ocean West Recording, which has locations in four countries, and organizes annual workshops for songwriting, composing and drumming.
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