Nigel Mooney (born 12 August 1965) is a blues and jazz singer, guitarist and songwriter from Ireland. Mooney came to prominence on the Irish blues scene in the 1980s with his Gripewater Blues Band, which opened for BB King and backed Dr John in Dublin. In the 1990s Mooney and his band switched to an acoustic jazz sound. His debut album All My Love's In Vain was Ireland's top selling jazz album in 2005. In 2013 he released The Bohemian Mooney, featuring Georgie Fame and many leading Irish jazz musicians. It was named RTE Radio 1's album of the week in April 2013 and Mooney appeared on RTE's The Late Late Show the following month. The Bohemian Mooney was voted Irish Times jazz album of the year in December 2013.
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