New York, New York: October 3, 2004 â Positioned successfully in the forefront of the Irish Rock scene, Dominic Cromieâs The Temp presents a remarkable blend of musical miscellany. The Temp pioneers a mix of rock and Celtic grooves, effortlessly combining both original and traditional material to create an unforgettable sound. Having performed live at VH1 with âœJump Startâ쳌 in 2002, Z100âs live radio show in 2001, as a headliner at the Tulip Festival in Albany in 2000, and the Wembley Arena in England in 1991, Dominic Cromie clearly leaves a permanent mark on stage, catching the eyes and ears of his audience.
Dominic Cromie, originally from Northern Ireland, burst into the United States music scene ten years ago. Writing songs since the age of ten, Cromieâs mix of traditional tunes with original material became an instant success. After touring throughout Ireland, playing electric guitar and singing back up vocals to his sister Aine, Cromie brought to America a sound the public was ready to hear. This sound would later to be known as Celtic Rock.