Liam Ó Maonlaí is a founding member of the Irish band Hothouse Flowers. Liam blends an eclectic mix of folk, blues, gospel, soul, rock, and more with his amazing vocals and an array of instrumental mastery from piano to flute, harmonica to bodhran. Liam formed the Hothouse Flowers in 1985, cutting their teeth busking on the streets of Dublin their reputation grew and soon they would sign to U2 label, Mother Records, releasing the single “Love Don’t Work This Way”. The first album “People” would be released through London Records and was hugely successful with the global hit “Don’t Go” which the band played at the interval at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest propelling the band across the world.
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