Although he has been in the Irish public eye since the mid-1990s, there’s a strong sense that Jack Lukeman (or Jack L, the monicker by which we know him better) remains directly wired into what inspired him in the first place: the thrill of theatre and the drama of song. The Kildare singer and songwriter is perhaps appreciated more as an ideas/concept man and as an interpreter of other people’s songs (notably Jacques Brel and...

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