Phil Coulter is one of Ireland’s best known and most iconic singer/songwriters and producers.
His incredible success has spanned 4 decades years and crosses generations, Phil has reached across the world, from performing at The White House to playing live to 600,000 people on Capitol Hill (Washington DC), marching at the head of the St Patrick’s Day Parade in New York and Royal command performances from Japan to Finland – all this just the tip of an extraordinary professional iceberg!
Phil was awarded the prestigious Gold Badge from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) in October 2009. Coulter has won 23 Platinum Discs, 39 Gold Discs, 52 Silver Discs, two Grand Prix Eurovision awards (first in 1967 with Sandie Shaw, second in 1970 as the arranger/producer of Dana); five Ivor Novello Awards, which includes Songwriter of the Year; three American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers awards; a Grammy Nomination; a Meteor Award, a National Entertainment Award and a Rose d’or d’Antibes. Co-composed ‘Congratulations’ for Cliff Richard and conducted the Eurovision Song Contest orchestra on behalf of Luxembourg in 1975.
His concert in February 2022 on the Grand Opera House stage, promises yet again to be something awe-inspiring and a must for every music fan!
Phil Coulter has also recorded with some of the greatest artists in the business, had multiple hits and sold a catalogue of albums. His music remains timeless and is a symbol of his remarkable talent.