Irish trumpet star Niall O’Sullivan makes waves on both sides of the Atlantic.
After the success of his self titled album and endorsement from Schilke trumpets (Chicago), Niall O’Sullivan rubbed shoulders with the music industry elite at this years Grammy Awards. While in LA, O’Sullivan met fellow instrumental stars, multiple Grammy winner trumpeter Chris Botti and Smooth Jazz legend, Dave Koz. With support from Botti and Koz, it didn’t take long before Hollywood took notice. With agencies keen to sign O’Sullivan immediately, O’Sullivan sought advice from PBS artist and friend, Michael Londra and that has since turned into a management agreement with his boutique music management company, Wexfordhouse. Both Londra and O’Sullivan decided that LML Music Presents was the best agency to introduce Niall O’Sullivan’s live shows to the American public.
Niall’s second studio release saw the trumpeter enter the Jazz iTunes charts at #1 in Europe. After securing a #1 album in the Classical iTunes charts 2011, Niall O’Sullivan decided to rework classic songs such as ‘Danny Boy’, ‘Over the Rainbow’, ‘My Funny Valentine’ and a little known classical melody ‘Moon Love’ for his own jazz quartet. The Niall O’Sullivan quartet’s efforts saw the ‘Ballads’ EP enter the album charts at #1 and the track ‘My Funny Valentine’ at #1 on the song charts.