The Script

The Script is a pop rock group from Ireland.


Daniel (Danny ) O'Donoghue (vocals, keyboards) and Mark Sheehan (guitar) met in the early years in the run-down James Street area in Dublin. During this time, the two inter alia found inspiration in black music from the United States.

The vocals of Stevie Wonder was such a thing as a spark for Daniel. He tried Alamoth the plates of the music legend completely and thus to approach the vocal technique of Wonder. "I tried all the plates Alamoth, even the string arrangements. Many good singers imitate a musical instrument by - Amy Winehouse has been a saxophone, for example. My instrument is the violin. The vibrato - so you can bring incredibly heartfelt sentiments ".

Shortly after Danny and Mark had entered into their songwriting and production partnership, discovered her talent. You have been invited to the United States to collaborate with some of their large studio models, including Dallas Austin, Teddy Riley, the Neptunes, and Rodney Jerkins.

Danny and Mark started as a " Backroom team ," she. Making demos for other artists, but when they met fellow Dublin drummer Glen, she immediately invited him to a working holiday to Los Angeles

Glen played since the age of fifteen sessions and put the money in a solo project in his home studio. But that went only once on hold when his collaboration with Mark and Danny produced three songs brought in just one week.

The debut single of the band was titled We Cry. In the UK charts, it rose to number 15 in the Irish charts, it rose to a 9. In Germany, on 16 May 2008 We Cry and The Man Who Can not Be Moved was released on August 29, 2008.

In 2009 she was awarded with the European Border Breakers Award ( EBBA ).

The third album # 3 was released on September 7, 2012 in Ireland, on 10 September in the UK and on 9 October 2012 in North America before it was finally officially released on January 25, 2013, in Germany.

The # 3 from single from the Hall of Fame was used as the theme song of the February 7, 2013 launched, directed by and starring Til Schweiger staged movie Kokowääh 2. The song was of the Black Eyed Peas in collaboration with U.S. rapper.