Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah recorded at Liberty Hall, Dublin 2014”


 No Longer Waiting For The Miracle 

Gerry Tully sings Leonard Cohen

Honouring the songs from a career spanning 49 years        

Since the death of Leonard Cohen in 2016 a legion of fans has lost a poet and songwriter who spoke much of what is usually unsaid. Cohen left a legacy of insightful songs that delve into the emotion of what it is to be human. 

Irish folk singer, Gerry Tully has created Gerry Tully sings Leonard Cohen performing many of the classic songs of the Canadian troubadour. 

Jackie Hayden – Hotpress Magazine; 

“Gerry has a winning voice full of raw emotion and a great way with a well-crafted song.”  

  Gerry has been in the music business all his life and is an accomplished fingerstyle guitarist and singer. Care and attention to detail have been given to reproduce Cohen's songs faithfully. Using nylon string guitars and original tunings and keys. 

The performance includes a four-piece band and begins with a solo performance akin to  Cohen’s early solo style. Drawing from a list of classics including, Bird On A Wire, Suzanne, Last Year’s Man the performance culminates to the full band with gems like Tower Of Song, I’m Your Man and Dance Me To The End Of Love. 

Despite this, Gerry side-steps the label of tribute band stating, ‘No one can replace Leonard Cohen, we can keep his words and music alive though.’ 

Cohen’s songs have been a staple in Gerry’s folk set since he began playing the Irish music circuit. In 2014 Gerry was invited to open the Leonard Cohen Festival in Dublin’s Liberty Hall, the first of its kind in Ireland. People travelled from Canada and Australia for the concert which was a resounding success. 

Paula - Leonard Cohen event organiser, 

“Gerry’s performance blew me away.” 

In 2015 Gerry fronted the house band at The Hot Spot Music Club in Bray in celebration of Cohen’s Birthday. Playing to full house of Cohen devotees. 

Gerry Tully is a folk singer, songwriter and song interpreter. Working professionally for over fifteen years as a solo performer and featured with the great and the good of Irish folk. He has published several song collections both original and well-loved songs from the folk genre.