Crazy Dreams is the compelling and highly anticipated autobiography from Paul Brady, a musician whose remarkable career has spanned six decades and who is indisputably one of Ireland's greatest living songwriters. This evocative memoir chronicles Paul's many years at the forefront of the Irish folk scene, from The Johnstons and Planxty through to his seminal work with Andy Irvine and onwards to his own vaunted solo career. Along the way are the many encounters and collaborations with such musical luminaries as Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Carole King, Tina Turner, Mark Knopfler, and Bonnie Raitt to name but a glittering few. From such celebrated tracks as 'The Island, ' 'Nobody Knows, ' and 'The World is What You Make It' to his interpretations of traditional folk songs like 'Arthur McBride' and 'The Lakes of Pontchartrain, ' Paul has carved out his own unique place in Irish musical history. In Crazy Dreams he tells how it was done and regales the reader with remarkable stories of life on the road and the journey from small-town Tyrone to the world's stage.