Bressie and Horan sticking with music
Reports that Mullingar musicians Niall Horan and Bressie had joined forces to conquer the farming world are sadly wide of the mark.
The Westmeath Examiner was one of a number papers that reported that, despite its name, the One Direction man and the Voice of Ireland coach’s new company Camden Recording Studio Ltd’s main focus was “the growing of cereals (except rice), leguminous crops and oil seed”.
However, a spokesperson for Bressie, who is currently in rehearsals for the return of the Blizzards this summer in addition to his other commitments, contacted the Westmeath Examiner last week to clarify that the two performers have no ambitions to enter the agricultural sector.
The reason for the confusion, she said, is that when the firm’s new venture was registered in October last year, whoever filled out the form mistakenly stated that its “principal activity” is growing vegetables.
Unsurprisingly, the famous duo’s new business is music related. Camden Studio is a Dublin 2 based recording studio, which according to its website, is located “in the heart of Dublin’s vibrant music district”.
Formerly called Pulse Studio, the recording facility has hosted a number of major acts including Snoop Dogg, Bryan Adams, New Order and Christy Moore.