Danny O'Donoghue

Danny O'Donoghue

About Danny O'Donoghue

Danny O'Donoghue (born October 3,1980 in Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish singer-songwriter known for being the frontman of the band The Script and as a coach, along with the other coaches Jessie J, Tom Jones and will.i.am on the television show The Voice UK. Danny O'Donoghue was an original member of a late 1990s band called Mytown after being signed to Universal Records in 1999. He has also worked as a record producer in the United States with bandmate Mark Sheehan. The Script's first single We Cry was written about James's Street in Dublin and the different types of people you would meet there. The Script announced a new album and single on their website on Monday, July 19,2010. Danny was in his late 20's when he joined The Script. The first single from the album Science & Faith was confirmed to be the song For the First Time. For the First Time was released in September 2010 and the album Science & Faith was released on 13 September 2010. 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved' was also a song released by The Script and entered the Irish charts at number 1. For the First Time entered the UK charts at number 5 and moved up to number 4 the following week and entered the Irish charts at number 1. The music video

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