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10 Aug 2022

Irish superstar wasn't 'Nervous' to meet up with Waterford gardaí

Irish superstar wasn't 'Nervous' to meet up with Waterford gardaí

Gardai Denise Drennan and David Finnane of Waterford Garda Station with Gavin James

Singer/songwriter Gavin James was treated to a warm welcome to the Déise by local gardai ahead of his gig on Sunday. 

Gardai Denise Drennan and David Finnane of Waterford Garda Station met the star performer before his gig in Dunmore East, Co Waterford.

According to a social media post by the local gardai, no one was feeling 'Tired' or 'Nervous' and 'Always' looking forward to the 'Greatest Hits'.

Twice winner of the Choice Music prize for Irish song of the year, the Dublin singer is one of the most popular live acts in Ireland at the moment. 

The Mark McCabe remix of his song "Nervous (The Ooh Song)" has been streamed over 170 million times to date and certified double platinum in Ireland, Sweden, Norway and Holland

We hope he sampled a blaa along with the warm Waterford hospitality before departing the county. 

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