Jamie McDell joins Irish legends

BRIDGET JONES
Last updated 17:38 22/01/2013
Jamie McDell
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TALENTED TEEN: Jamie McDell will open for Ronan Keating and Brian McFadden.

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Auckland singer Jamie McDell will take the stage with two Irish superstars in February.

The chart-topper has been named as the opening act for Ronan Keating and Brian McFadden's one New Zealand show on February 27.

McDell released her debut album Six Strings and a Sailboat in November and has had two Number 1 singles.  

Last year the 20-year-old gained international acclaim with songs appearing on US website Disney Dreaming and Hollywood insider Perez Hilton's blog.

Keating and McFadden are two of the most popular musicians to come out of Ireland.

Keating has sold more than 25 million albums as a solo artist, as well as 30 million with Boyzone. He has recently appeared on Kiwi television screen as a mentor on Australia's X Factor.

McFadden was a founding member of boyband Westlife before going on to make hits on his own. He has also appeared as a judge on Australia's Got Talent.

It has also been confirmed New Zealand's Got Talent runner up Evan Sinton will support Australian heartthrob Reece Mastin on his nationwide tour in February.

Mastin and the Auckland-based singer-songwriter will play eight shows starting in Hamilton on February 14 and winding up in Dunedin ten days later.

Sinton lost the talent show title to Clara van Wel late last year.

Ronan Keating, Brian McFadden and Jaime McDell 

WHEN: February 27 

WHERE: Trusts Arena, Henderson

Reece Mastin and Evan Sinton

WHEN: February 15 

WHERE: Auckland Town Hall

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