The Priests: Bless Me! We’re pop stars
The Church of England may be in disarray and the Prime Minister’s sanctimonious “moral compass” has directed him straight to hell, but in the music business, God sells.
We’ve seen charts peppered with Benedictine monks, the Benedictine Nuns of Jamberoo, All Angels, the Choirboys, Libera (more choirboys) and Simon Cowell’s Angelis (choirboys and choirgirls).
Yet none of these has created quite such an instant surge of international attention as Sony BMG’s new signing, a trio of northern Irish clergymen called The Priests. The three fathers are brothers Martin and Eugene O’Hagan (who sing tenor) and their childhood friend David Delargy (bass/baritone), and they’ve been singing together since they were boy trebles at school more than 30 years ago.
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