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Nathan Carter has announced he’ll be performing a special concert on St Patrick’s Day.
The country music sensation will livestream a gig with his band on March 17th.
Taking to Instagram stories to share the exciting news, 30-year-old Nathan said he’s eager to take requests from fans ahead of his performance.
He said: “I’m very excited to tell you all that I’m going to be doing a gig with my band this St Patrick’s Day the 17th of March at 8 o’clock.
“You can stream the event live…..get your requests in now for some of your favourite songs.”
The Liverpudlian troubadour will be joined by a six-piece band where he’ll perform all of his hits including Wagon Wheel, Caledonia, Temple Bar and many more – along with some brand new songs.
The live gig will take place in Belfast’s Crumlin Gaol at 8pm on March 17th. Tickets cost around €17.50 (15 pounds) and you can buy them here.
He’s one of country music’s most eligible bachelors but gorgeous Nathan isn’t ready to shift focus from his career just yet.
Speaking to RSVP Magazine last month, Nathan admitted that he has made no secret of his struggle in lockdown, but it hasn’t changed his mind about settling down.
“Like a lot of other musicians, it’s been very very tough to have your whole life taken away from you, and on the mental health side it’s tough as well.
“You have good weeks, you have bad weeks. The highs of being on stage and dealing with big crowds and the adulation and all the stuff that goes with being on stage, it’s like a drug, you know, and when that gets taken away, it’s tough”.
Nathan said the lockdown is tough on single people looking for love, but he’s happy with the company of family and friends.
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“I’ve been pretty vocal about the fact that I have struggled throughout”.
“To be honest, I’ve been in contact with friends and family and seen them a good bit and it’s not really any different to what most people are going through.
“I mean if you’re actively looking for love, it is a bit more tough. But I’m happy the way I am and it’s no mean feat being in lockdown or being on the road”.