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    The Story Of Count Tornado

    A slightly comical and moving story about well known cult music artist Count Tornado, who despite suffering from set backs and delusions of fame, has actually gained a large fan base around Ireland a...

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    The Story Of Count Tornado

    Directed by Stephen Corri 2016 68 min
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    Known for his charismatic and enthralling performances, entertaining audiences the length and breadth of Ireland for over twenty-five years, Count Tornado has long dreamed of topping the Irish charts. Having the kind of self-belief other artists can only dream of, wearing a cape and describing himself as the Jimi Hendrix of keyboards (although many question if he even knows how to play one), Count Tornado is known to almost everyone in the Dublin music scene. Stories of his gigs are renowned as legend, and he is known as one of the last great weird and wonderful characters of Dublin.

    Filmed over a year of his life this documentary chronicles the career of the enigmatic showman and his perseverance in attaining success in the Irish charts. The film features contributions from a number of leading figures and fans in the Irish music industry, including Mick Pyro (Republic of Loose), Tim Cullen (The Hot Sprockets), Dermot Lambert (Blink), and Aidan Walsh (Master of the Universe).

    Storm Warning: The Story Of Count Tornado is a true life document of how the line between fantasy and reality can become easily blurred, whilst also chronicling the entertaine
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    The Story Of Count Tornado

    Known for his charismatic and enthralling performances, entertaining audiences the length and breadth of Ireland for over twenty-five years, Count Tornado has long dreamed of topping the Irish charts. Having the kind of self-belief other artists can only dream of, wearing a cape and describing himself as the Jimi Hendrix of keyboards (although many question if he even knows how to play one), Count Tornado is known to almost everyone in the Dublin music scene. Stories of his gigs are renowned as legend, and he is known as one of the last great weird and wonderful characters of Dublin.

    Filmed over a year of his life this documentary chronicles the career of the enigmatic showman and his perseverance in attaining success in the Irish charts. The film features contributions from a number of leading figures and fans in the Irish music industry, including Mick Pyro (Republic of Loose), Tim Cullen (The Hot Sprockets), Dermot Lambert (Blink), and Aidan Walsh (Master of the Universe).

    Storm Warning: The Story Of Count Tornado is a true life document of how the line between fantasy and reality can become easily blurred, whilst also chronicling the entertaine

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