Conor Brady is one of Ireland's finest guitar players. He began playing with Paul Cleary and The Blades in the mid '80s and he was a member of the Partisans, as well as recording with Terence Trent D'Arby. He played on the soundtrack to 'The Commitments' before touring with Andrew Strong. He featured as a soloist with George Martin & the RTE Concert Orchestra playing the music of the Beatles.
He also toured with the Corrs, standing in for Anto Drennan and appeared on their 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall'. He produced Paul Cleary's solo album, Colm Quearney's debut solo album and also set up his own band going on to become Mary Coughlan's recording outfit for an album.
He also worked with the Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood, Frances Black, The Devlins, Luan Parle, Juliet Turner, Camille O'Sullivan and Toots and the Maytalls and is a full time member and writer with Jerry Fish and The Mudbug Club.