Mundy In-depth Biography
In the mid-1990s, a young singer-songwriter emerged from Dublin named Mundy}. Combining boyishly open, insightful songwriting with a 90s mesh of sounds, Mundy's} debut album Jelly Legs} received good critical acclaim and some notice on both sides of the Atlantic. A heartfelt collection of melodic songs backed by superb acoustic guitar playing and rock and roll touches, Mundy's} impressive debut made folks craving earnest, well-crafted rock take notice.
Born in the small town of Birr, Mundy} chose not to follow in the footsteps of his pub-owning parents and left home for Dublin while still in his teens, performing as a street musician for several years. The 21-year-old caught a break in 1996 when his three-song demo and handful of prior live gigs earned him a place opening for Alannis Morrissette} and Neil Young} in Dublin. His first single, "To You I Bestow,"} was selected for the popular soundtrack to the 1996 film William Shakespeare's Romeo+Juliet}. ~ Theresa La Veck, All Music Guide