Anthony Doheny is an Irish singer-songwriter who performed on the Irish music circuit. His songs are a collection of exciting arrangements with depths of emotion cradled in their creation. The Waterford born artist has influences from James Taylor, John Denver and Gilbert O’Sullivan.

Anthony’s first airplay was in the eighties with the ballad ‘The Blasket Islands’. Since then he has continued to compose and record original material some of which have been associated with his native city: ‘The Men in White & Blue’ and ‘The Tall Ships’.

Anthony’s latest album ‘A Lost Renaissance’ is a collection of original material that covers everyday experiences that cut to the bone of some social issues. He has collaborated with many other artists to produce exciting productions that are also available for download.