Dublin singer/songwriter Gavin James is gearing up to visit Golden Discs stores around Ireland in the coming days as he gets ready to release his new album The Sweetest Part.
Gavin, who hails from Stoneybatter in Dublin, will release his third studio album this Friday, July 22. The new record features singles such as Circles, Jealous, Greatest Hits, Kingdom and the title track The Sweetest Part.
To celebrate, Gavin will be doing in-store signings and giving performances in Golden Discs stores in Ireland, hitting up the Dundrum Town Centre store this Saturday, July 23. He will also be at Golden Discs stores in Kilkenny, Waterford, Galway, Drogheda and Patrick's Street in Cork.
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Gavin James, whose real name is Gavin Wigglesworth, has earned 1.8 billion streams on Spotify, a diamond record and 45 platinum and gold records across the globe. Additionally, he has achieved a number one album in Ireland and has performed at live shows across the globe with stars such as Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Niall Horan and James Blunt.
Gavin describes his new album as a piece of work that explores "the highs and lows of love and relationships". The title track of The Sweetest Part was written and produced by former busker James and Kodaline guitarist Mark Prendergast.
Fans heading along to see Gavin at Golden Discs in Dundrum and stores around the country can expect to have their copies of the singer's new album signed. They will also be treated to live performances of songs from the new album as well as beloved hits from Gavin's other albums.
Some of Gavin's most well-known hits include Always, Two Hearts and Nervous.
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