Owen Thomas

Owen Thomas

Owen Thomas was born on a hot summer’s day in mid ’80’s Dublin, Ireland. Music featured heavily in his childhood as Owen’s father, Tommy, was a music fanatic who introduced him to many different musical genres ranging from pop, to rock and roll, to traditional Irish and to classical music. After years of travelling and no job on the horizon Owen turned his music passion into a career and began writing songs and playing gigs around the bustling Dublin music circuit.


Please Don’t Go

This Can’t Be It

Let Me Hear You Sing

My Old Man

My Stupid Pride

Never Again

Summer Days

Why Do The Good Die Young

Youth Of Today

Down Beside The Wooden Bridge

Dublin Town

Fade Away

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