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Stephen Maguire Stephen Maguire is a singer/songwriter from Belfast, N. Ireland, splitting his time between the emerald isle and the Canadian prairies. Among his musical influences are Van Morrison, The Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, Tim McGraw, The Kinks and Queen. Involved in music from a very early age. Stephen grew up listening to his parents’ record collection. His father Patrick Maguire, who played in show bands and rock & roll bands in the 60s (including with Van Morrison!), would play cassettes of The Mamas & the Papas, The Beach Boys and Irish traditional music. As Stephen’s interest in music grew, his dad taught him to play guitar and soon after he began songwriting. Youth theatre was first on Stephen’s agenda, landing roles in Grease, Oliver, The Snowman, The Hot Mikado and West Side Story, performing at leading venues in Northern Ireland, including the Grand Opera House, Lyric Theatre and Belfast Waterfront. He also appeared at the Manchester Apollo Theatre and His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen. Stephen performed his first solo concert in 1998 with the Northern Irish band Cahuna at Belfast’s famous Ulster Hall. In 2001, he auditioned for The Talent, a search for performers throughout Northern Ireland. This led to Stephen signing with the successful boyband Unity. The band made numerous radio, television and event appearances. Among the band’s highlights: supporting chart-topping band Westlife for 12 nights on their “Unbreakable” tour and the Turning on of the Christmas Tree Lights alongside Holly Valance at Belfast City Hall. Throughout Unity’s time together, they performed in front of over a quarter of a million people. Since leaving the band, Stephen has been in much demand as a solo artist, relishing the opportunity to write, play and produce his own material. He has been seen performing at corporate, charity, university and sporting events in both N. Ireland and Canada. Stephen has also worked as a songwriting tutor for The Fanta Academy of Performing Arts in Belfast. A memorable sporting gig was appearing in the pre-game entertainment at Belfast Giants games, which resulted in Stephen meeting his now-wife Tera, a Saskatchewan-native, who was interning with the professional hockey team. On July 17th, 2008 Stephen released his debut solo album in Canada. His four-month tour of the prairies will come to an end on Halloween. He goes to Paris in November, playing six nights at EuroDisney, and then back to the UK and Ireland for the winter. Stephen will kick off his 2009 Canadian Tour on St. Patrick's Day in Saskatoon.

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