Nathan Kane Tyrone Carter [ 1 ] ( born 28 May 1990 ) is an irish state music singer based in the UK and Ireland. He has released nine studio apartment albums and four live albums as of December 2017, five of which peaked at number one, and four live DVDs. He performs dad, Irish folk and country. He is considered the pioneer of Country and Irish music ascribable to the massive popularity of his 2012 cover of the american english state song “ Wagon Wheel “.
Reading: Nathan Carter – Wikipedia
career [edit ]
Carter was born in Liverpool to parents originally from Newry, Northern Ireland. [ 2 ] He went to Bishop Eton School in Allerton, Liverpool. He played the accordion at age four in a school concert, and, at old age 10, won the All Ireland Title for Traditional Singing. [ 3 ] At 18 he moved to Ireland. His debut album, Starting Out, was released in 2007 and helped revive the genre of Country and Irish in both Ireland and Great Britain. [ citation needed ] In 2009 he associated with Irish singer songwriter John Farry, further developing his country music output. [ 2 ] His version of “ Wagon Wheel “ was released on 15 June 2012 on an album of the same name. The album was a commercial success, hitting the Top Three in the Irish Album Chart. Carter won the RTÉ Irish Country Music Awards for Live Act of the Year and Ireland ‘s all-time Favourite Country Song for “ Wagon Wheel ”. [ 4 ] [ 5 ] carter released his studio apartment album Where I Wanna Be in August 2013, [ 6 ] followed by the follow-up Beautiful Life in 2015 which was promoted with a UK go. Both albums topped the Irish Albums Chart. Beautiful Life became the first of his albums to chart on the UK Albums Chart. In recently 2015, Carter released Beautiful Life At Christmas, a reissue of his previous releases Beautiful Life and Christmas Stuff, along with songs from former releases repackaged as a two-CD album. This peaked at count five on the irish charts .
Appearances [edit ]
carter appeared as the featured artist on TG4 ‘s Opry an Iúir in September 2012. The program has since been shown on BBC Two Northern Ireland [ 7 ] and BBC ALBA. [ 8 ] In 2013, Carter appeared in episode 9 [ 9 ] of Ros na Rún on irish television distribution channel TG4. In the episode, Dara wants Sarah to help him with the Nathan Carter protection night. John Joe says he can organise Carter himself to attend and, after much doubt, John Joe proves that he was telling the truth. He and Carter walk into Gaudis, where carter performs. Niamh McGlinchey in the 2014 version of TG4 ‘s Glór Tíre. [ clarification needed ] [ 10 ] Carter was featured in episode 3 of Stetsons and Stilettos with the movie crew spending two weeks on the road with him. The episode shows Carter preparing for a prove at the Marquee in Cork. [ citation needed ]
In December 2015, he hosted The Nathan Carter Show in The Mansion House, Dublin with guests including Paddy Casey, Mary Black and The Shires. [ citation needed ] On 9 August 2017 he was interviewed on The One Show, which was broadcast live from Ballycastle, Northern Ireland. On 17 September 2017, he premiered his first american english PBS special. The one and a half hour program, filmed in Dublin, promoted his american go. The program spotlighted celtic classics, standards, american Country and self written hit songs. It was titled Celtic Roots with Nathan .
personal animation [edit ]
Carter was born to Ian and Noreen Carter. [ 11 ] His younger brother, Jake, is besides a singer who has had achiever in his own right in the UK and Ireland ‘s country music charts. [ 12 ] He besides has a sister, Kiara Carter. [ 11 ] Over the years, there has been much meditation about Carter and mate nation singer Lisa McHugh. In his 2018 book Born For The Road: My Story So Far, he talks about the inaugural prison term he met McHugh and immediately fancied her. They briefly had a kinship, but that ended six months belated because neither of them was looking for anything serious. [ 11 ] [ 13 ] [ 14 ]
charity activities [edit ]
Carter is a patron of Cancer Connect Northern Ireland. [ 15 ] [ unreliable source? ]
discography [edit ]
Filmography [edit ]
videodisk [edit ]
television [edit ]
- 2012: Opry an Iúir as featured artist
- 2013: Ros na Rún (1 episode)
- 2014: Glór Tíre (mentoring Niamh McGlinchey)
- 2014: Stetsons and Stilettos (1 episode)
- 2015: The Nathan Carter Show
- 2018: Livin’ with Lucy
Books [edit ]
- Nathan Carter, Born for the Road: My Story So Far, Penguin Ireland.