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Daniel O'Donnell is a singer from Ireland. With his mix of country and traditional Irish music, he has achieved success in both Europe and North America. He has sold over ten million throughout his career.
O'Donnell released Moon Over Ireland in 2011, which reached number nine on the U.K. charts.
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O'Donnell's interest in music began as a teenager, when he enjoyed traditional Irish dancing at the local village hall. Discontented with life at Galway Regional College, he told his sister Margo that he wanted to become a singer. Margo was already an established singer and a household name in Ireland and, in 1980, Daniel left college to join her band and pursue his dreams.
His career started to take off after he recorded and released Johnny McCauley's My Donegal Shore in 1983, with 1,200 of his own money, selling most of the copies himself. Later that year, he formed his own musical group, Country Fever. After the group disbanded, he formed The Grassroots. In 1985, the manager of the Ritz label, Mick Clerkin, saw him perform, and introduced him to Sean Reilly, who remains his manager to this day.
O'Donnell has written an autobiography entitled My Story. In 2002, he was awarded an honorary (due to his Irish citizenship) MBE in the Order of the British Empire for his services to the music industry. He has had twenty UK Top 40 albums as well as fifteen Top 40 singles and has sold 10 million albums worldwide.