Viral, Longford-produced hit to feature on RTE's 'Up for the Match'

'A Song for Galway' becomes an online sensation ahead of All-Ireland Final

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Colin Fahy A Song for Galway

Colin Fahy. Photo via @ColinFahyMusic on Facebook

Athlone musician, Colin Fahy, has enjoyed viral success on social media with his Longford-produced tune, ‘A Song for Galway’.

The song, which pays tribute to the late great Tony Keady, is an ode to the Galway hurling team, and was produced by Paul Gurney of Real World Studios, Longford.

The song is inching its way towards 160 thousand views on YouTube and has been shared thousands of times on social media.

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It will also feature on RTE One's 'Up for the Match' tonight, ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland Final.

To keep up to date with Colin and his music, see @ColinFahyMusic on Facebook.