Due for release in late 2018, Cormac Neeson’s maiden solo venture, entitled ‘White Feather’, will propel him into the life-affirming world of country soul, Celtic roots and laid-back folk-rock. Through a series of crafted, introspective songs, Neeson will deliver a fantastic new sound, drawing heavily on his deeply personal experiences of upheaval and seismic change over the last number of years.
Since mid-2016, Cormac has been working with many of the leading Nashville country songwriters including Tennessee songwriter of the year Corey Lee Barker, Steve O Brien, Blue Miller, James Elliot, and Allen McKendree Palmer, who between then have sold in excess of 30 million songs. The ‘White Feather’ recording began in Nashville in January 2018 and the record is produced by India Arie producer and Bob Seger guitarist, the legendary Blue Miller at his own Tennessee based studio.
To promote the release Nesson will play two intimate shows in Belfast’s Duke of York pub with guest artists Owen Lamont and Amy Montgomery on the 7th and 8th November 2018.