June 3, 2018 | 3 p.m.
Mary W. Sommervold Hall
O’Donnell burst into stardom in the USA back in 2002 with his first PBS special – The Daniel O’Donnell Show. That began a special relationship between Daniel and PBS and since then, he has recorded a further twelve specials, with "Stand Beside Me" being his thirteenth one in 2013. "Stand Beside Me" is a concert celebration of Irish, country, gospel, rock, movie and long-time Daniel O’Donnell favorites. The title "Stand Beside Me" is not only a popular song among concert goers, but also reflects Daniel’s belief that fans throughout his more than ten years on PBS have brought him to where he is today, standing beside him making his career a success and he will be forever grateful to them.
The Irish singer made record-breaking chart history early in 2017 by becoming the first recording artist in the history of the UK Artist Album Chart to have charted at least one new album every year since 1988, an unprecedented and unbroken 29 year span, surpassing everyone from Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, Madonna and Irish strongholds U2. Along with this, Daniel makes regular appearances in the Billboard World Music Chart.
In total, Daniel has now reached the UK Artist Albums Chart with more than 35 albums and has now amassed thirty Top 30 albums over the course of his career. Over his long and successful career Daniel has received many accolades including an honorary MBE from Queen Elizabeth, an appearance on Top of the Pops, his life celebrated on This Is Your Life and multiple Entertainer of the Year/Person of the Year Awards in Ireland and the UK to add to his record breaking chart appearances.
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