Brendan Grace - Thanks for the Memories

Tue 24 Sep 2019

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Brendan Grace - Thanks for the Memories

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Brendan Grace
Brendan Grace

In 1975, Brendan Grace shot to prominence when he released his novelty song ‘The Combine Harvester’, a parody of Melanie Safka’s ‘Brand New Key’ and reached #1 on the Irish singles chart. It was popularised the next year in the UK by The Wurzels in their “scrumpy and western” style.


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In 1975, Brendan Grace shot to prominence when he released his novelty song ‘The Combine Harvester’, a parody of Melanie Safka’s ‘Brand New Key’ and reached #1 on the Irish singles chart. It was popularised the next year in the UK by The Wurzels in their “scrumpy and western” style. His music career began earlier than that however, having formed a band at the age of 18 called ‘The Gingermen’ and toured Ireland throughout the 60s. One night, being two members down, Grace was pushed on stage to try calm the crowd with some light humour. His quick wit and observational comedy went down extremely well, and he has since been travelling the world for sold out shows, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in history, evening being Frank Sinatra’s “man in Europe”.


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