Country Star Nathan Carter Adds An Extra Show To Belfast Leg Of Tour

HAVING already taken the Irish charts by storm, country singer Nathan Carter is bringing his successful six albums to the Grand Opera House on 13 November, extending his UK tour from two nights in Belfast to three due to popular demand.

The 25 year-old singer moved to Ireland at the tender age of 18 to pursue his career in music and has not looked back since. He initially shot to fame by covering Bob Dylan’s song Wagon Wheel and since then his country sound has taken him to new heights with two number one albums in the Irish charts, a five year record deal with Decker Records and a worldwide tour.

Promoters are labelling Carter as the biggest attraction on the Irish country music scene and some have even dubbed him the “Westlife of Irish country” because of his large fan-base which consists mostly of new generation country music lovers.

Nathan said: “I suppose for a long time the country tag was considered uncool and it was for the older age group. Then I came on the scene and I suppose I’m young and because of that we have attracted a younger fan base to the music, which is great.”

Nathan’s last two albums have outsold One Direction and Michael Buble, making his live show at the Grand Opera house an unmissable evening.

Tickets priced £19.75 for Nathan Carter at the Grand Opera House on Friday 13 November are available from are available from or by ringing the box office at 028 9024 1919.

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