Fans of the week: Cheryl and Samina

Please give a warm welcome to the last pair of the “Fans of the week” series! Cheryl and Samina took part in #TheScriptAtoZ in April with many beautiful edits, here’s your chance to get to know them a little better! Read on for an interview with the pair. Advertisements

#TSletterH: Hall Of Fame #TheScriptAtoZ

Hall Of Fame, featuring Will.I.Am, is probably the most well-known song of The Script. It went to #1 in Ireland, the UK, Australia, #25 in America. It was a collaboration born in the spur of the moment between Danny O’Donoghue, lead singer – songwriter and Will.I.Am who were both coaches on The Voice UK at…

#TSletterG: Good Ol’ Days #TheScriptAtoZ

As the first song on #3, The Script’s third album from 2012, it set the tone that had really changed after the heart-break related songs of the previous years. It’s a simple, feel-good songs to celebrate what we have now. It’s about “just savoring the moment. We do it every night: stand onstage, take the…

#TSletterF: For The First Time #TheScriptAtoZ

It was the first single released from second album, Science & Faith. It gave The Script their first number 1 song on the Irish charts. Written about the economical hardships Ireland was facing after the Celtic Tiger was gone, it resonated with many. Mark Sheehan, guitarist-songwriter explained about the situation the song was born in:…

#TSletterE: Exit Wounds #TheScriptAtoZ

Now this is one of my personal favourites, so you HAVE TO love this! 🙂 It was released on the Science & Faith album in 2011 and is about the damage relationships can cause. “We often imagine that I suppose, just walking down the street that you see people with these little holes in their…

#TSletterD: Dead Man Walking #TheScriptAtoZ

[Daily task: use angels or angel wings] Check the tasks from A to Z here. Dead Man Walking was a live favourite on the Science & Faith tour of 2011 with its upbeat tempo that allowed a lot of dancing both on stage and in the audience. Fun Fact: Lead guitarist and co-writer’s Mark Sheehan’s…