An Irish singer, Daniel Francis Noel O'Donnell, was born on December 12, 1961 Kincasslagh, County Donegal, Ireland. His music is a mixture of country and Irish folk. Daniel has become recognized and even popular in Europe and North America. Currently, he has sold over ten million records throughout the world. O'Donnell's began to feel interest to music when he was a teenager. He liked traditional Irish dancing. Daniel told his sister, who was an established singer already and a famous name in Ireland, that he intended to become a professional singer. In 1980, the boy left college and joined her band.
About Daniel O’Donnell
His road to fame began with the recording and releasing of Johnny McCauley's “My Donegal Shore” (1983). In that year he created his own group called “Fever”. But the team was disbanded, and he created the new one called “The Roots”. In 1985, the manager of the Ritz label, visited his performance and acquainted him with Sean Reilly. He is Daniel’s manager up to this day.
Daniel's autobiography was published under the name “My Story”. In 2002, he was honoured MBE for his achievements in music. He has issued 20 UK Top 40 albums alongside with 15 Top 40 singles. O'Donnell has 18 albums that appeared in the top 20 of the US. His first song that was in the UK singles chart was George Straight’s song’s cover. After this, he emerged on the British music show ‘Top Of The Pops’. O'Donnell is famous for his close relations with his fans and charity work, especially in Romania.
O'Donnell has created over 30 albums. His most popular compositions are: “Honey”, “Halfway To Paradise”, “Rosa Rio”, “My Irish Molly”, “I Can't See Me Without You”, “Vaya Con Dios”.