Former Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook live in Castlebar

Glenn Tilbrook, along with Squeeze co-writer Chris Difford, were the very first artists to play MTV's "Unplugged" sessions. So successful was the duo's unplugged show that MTV commissioned an entire series of unplugged shows which featured many legendary artists.

As frontman with Squeeze, Tilbrook has achieved spectacular success, releasing a string of hit singles, 13 acclaimed studio albums, four "Best of, three "Live" albums and numerous compilations. Squeeze also broke America – where they carried out lengthy stadium tours including sold-out shows at New York's Madison Square Garden (20,000 people ).

Either solo or with Squeeze, Glenn Tilbrook has appeared on all major TV music and entertainment programmes both in the UK and the US such as: Old Grey Whistle Test, Top of The Pops, Later with Jools Holland, Jonathan Ross Show, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, David Letterman Show, Conan O'Brien Show, numerous MTV, VHI appearances, etc....

Glenn Tilbrook's solo and acoustic concert at Iota was voted Gig of the Year (2001 ) by the Washington Post and 2006 saw the release of a feature length documentary entitled; Glenn Tilbrook: One For The Road about life as a touring musician on the road in the US.

Songs written by Tilbrook have been covered by artists as diverse as, Sting, Rita Coolidge, Travis, Joe Cocker, Elaine Page, Kevin Rowland, Grandmaster Flash, Richard Thompson and Lilly Allen. Glenn Tilbrook is currently working on his third solo album, which was released in October 2008 the Universal Records re-released the entire 13 album Squeeze back catalogue in summer/autumn 2008.

Tickets are available on www.ticketmaster.ie as well as from the Royal Theatre Box Office on 0818 300 000. Tickets are €25 including . booking fee, other service charges may apply. For further information please check the Royal Theatre website on: www.royaltheatre.ie or www.ticketmaster.ie The show will take place on Thursday November 13.

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