The world has been looking to the United Kingdom for inspiration over the past few years, with the likes of British singer Katy Perry, pop star Rihanna and British singer Ellie Goulding all receiving some sort of public accolade or promotion for their work.
But what exactly is Ireland doing right?
We spoke to Irish artist and broadcaster Tom O’Donnell to find out.
Tom O’Brien: I feel that Ireland is really in the driver’s seat for artists right now.
Ireland is in a position to produce some of the best artists, artists who are at the very top of their game.
I think that we’ve had some incredible artists who have come through this country, such as David Bowie, Billy Idol, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Katy Perry and many others.
I feel that they all have their own distinct personality and style, and they’ve got their own strengths.
I think that in a lot of ways, Ireland is the place where they can really showcase that.
But the fact that they are in the UK, is really an advantage, because you get to experience the world through their eyes.
They have a lot more resources and facilities to produce great music than the UK.
It’s the best in the world, and I think the UK is going to have to prove that to the world.
We’ve got a huge number of talented artists coming through this part of the world and we’re going to try and do everything we can to support them.
We’re going for the stars, and we don’t want to look back and think, “Oh, well, we’re not doing it right”.
We’re going after people who are just going to do what they do because they love it, because they believe in it, and because it’s a passion.
Tom, a musician, singer and broadcaster from Cork, Ireland, told us that the country is also in a place where there are a lot less restrictions on the creative world.
This year, the Irish government has been working hard to promote a creative culture in Ireland and to get the country more involved in the music business, which is also the future of our country.
Tom told us about the challenges that come with the industry, and the positive things that he’s seen from working in this industry.
We have to realise that there are many things that are important to the music industry, but the things that matter to the art world are not always in sync.
I am not a professional artist, but I am a professional photographer.
We need to be able to produce something that people will want to see, and that will resonate with them.
There are a huge amount of people in the industry who don’t have that kind of experience.
I love photography.
I’ve never really had a problem getting work, but it’s about being able to tell the story that I want to tell.
We have to make sure that we’re telling the story in the right way.
Tom also discussed the role of Irish music in the arts, and why there are so many artists coming to Ireland from other parts of the UK to produce music in a way that is not considered acceptable in the rest of the country.
I do love Ireland, and have loved it for a long time, but what has been really striking about it is that I think it’s just as open as anywhere else.
We’ve had so many amazing people come here, and people have come up with a new way to make music, and to create new kinds of things.
It has been an amazing time.
Tom said that he thinks that Ireland will continue to produce top artists, because he believes that Ireland has an amazing track record.
I believe that we have this unique position as a country that’s really proud of our artists and the artists in this country.
I believe that the next generation is going do well because of what the country has done, and what they have created.
Tom added that he is always looking to see what new artists are going to come through, and is looking forward to the next two or three years.
I have been very impressed with the talent that has come through the country in recent years.