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PICS: Stars turn out for the opening of Bressie’s new recording studio


Bressie officially launched his new business venture yesterday – a brand new recording studio.

Camden Recording Studios, located in Dublin 8, has been the musician’s big project over the past year, and now he’s finally opened the doors.

After welcoming a visit from Ed Sheeran last week, plenty of stars turned out for the official opening last night.

Laura Whitmore, who is currently in Dublin as she stars in Not Dead Enough at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, popped along to the launch.

Nice one lads

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Posting a snap from inside the studio, Laura praised Bressie and the people behind the new studio by saying, “Nice one lads”.

Laura’s pal and one of Bressie’s closest friends Eoghan McDermott turned up to support, alongside Brian Kennedy.

In a touching tribute, Eoghan wrote, “Congrats to one of the most straight up genuine people I’ve ever met on the opening of Ireland’s newest & slickest recording studios.

“Bressie has worked his proverbials off to change Ireland for the better. That’s been a relentless journey & I’m delighted music is there to balance everything out. I know it’s going to be a raging success with artists & bands big & small,” he gushed.

Radio DJ and Apella frontman Dara Quilty also showed his support on the night.

Posting a picture of the studio’s piano, he wrote, “Great launch night held by @camdenrecordingstudios last night in Dublin. Congrats to all involved. Beautiful studio and great facilities.”

Meanwhile, the man of the hour Bressie also took to Instagram, admitting that he was “chuffed” with how the launch went.

Posting a picture of himself striking a winners pose, the Blizzards frontman said it was a “big day” for him.