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Parson James

“I love sharing and I’m always gonna be an open book,” Parson James says. He’s in Dublin to perform with dance music titan, Kygo, who turned his song ‘Stole the Show’ into a massive dance smash two years ago, and it’s a hit that just keeps giving. The song currently has over 540 million streams on Spotify alone.

James was unsure when Kygo’s manager first approached him, not convinced his original ballad could be remixed by a dance producer. But when he gave Kygo’s music a listen, his fresh approach to music surprised him.

“He’s a musician, a pianist playing and producing and adding a very unique and interesting element to songs,” James explains. “And I was like, ‘Okay, there’s no harm in him trying it’.

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