The Hardy Bucks duo are taking their place on the local country music scene

BROTHERS Dylan and Adam O’Toole released a music video for ‘Chain of Love’ as part of their country band named The Hardy Bucks Music.

he Castletown due, from Greystones in County Wicklow, filmed their video surrounded by vintage cars at Gorey’s Transport Cafe in Gorey.

They will be taking the Wicklow and Wexford stage by storm in the coming weeks as they play gigs at The Village Inn, Rathnew, Sinnotts of Carnew, One for the Road in Ballycanew and Jacobs Well in Rathdrum.

In April they will be hosting a charity event called Kicks for Kane to send a young man with cerebral palsy to the United States for treatment and this will be held at Rathnew’s Village Inn on April 2.

The boys entered the music scene as teenagers with Adam winning the general lead singer of the Wicklow Regatta singing pubs, but now in their early twenties the duo hope to pursue music full time.

Dylan thanked Debbie, Dawn and all the staff at the Transport Café as well as everyone at Orchard Recording Studio in Enniscorthy.

“Adam and I have a passion for country music, my preference is Irish country and Adam’s is American country. We make sure to have fun with everything we do in music and we also love watching other people enjoy our music.

“Our first album came out three years ago called ‘Our Beginning’ and it was our introduction to the music scene. We are two of our parents Eileen and Michael’s four children and we come from a music loving family.

“Our hope for the future is to build our confidence so that we can grow with our music and we hope to set an example for young people to pursue their dreams like we have,” he said. .

Dylan went to Glenart College in Arklow and pursued legal studies, while Adam attended Marino Special Needs School in Bray.

The single Chain of Love was written by Rory Feek and Jonnie Barnett and first recorded by Clay Walker, released in 2000.

Hardy Buck’s version was filmed and released by Steve Bloor Media and is available on YouTube and Spotify.

Search ‘The Hardy Bucks Music’ online for more.

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