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Has Glenties man Paddy Molloy got ‘The Voice Of Ireland’?

Paddy Molloy, aka Seahorse, from Glenties.

Paddy Molloy, aka Seahorse, from Glenties.

THIS Sunday another Donegal hopeful takes to the blind audition stage of the third season of RTÉ’s The Voice of Ireland.

Glenties man Paddy Molloy (23) is best known as a member of Turbulent Eddy, but recently he has also been performing solo under the name ‘Seahorse’ and released latest single, Propane Party.

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For this audition Paddy decided to sing the song Dreams by Fleetwood Mac. While the Glenties man make it through this time? Tune into The Voice Of Ireland on RTE One this Sunday at 6.30pm to find out.

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