A Blizzard of rocking riffs, lush strings and subtle hits

Eoin Murphy
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p36
FOR the uninitiated, non-Blizzards fan, there is every chance the only thing you know about the artist formally known as Bressie is of his television appearances on The Voice of Ireland.


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