X Factor's Price brothers set for Blessington busking performance

X Factor sensations and Blessington natives, Sean and Conor Price will be busking in their hometown this afternoon, and have invited the public to come along and join in the fun.

They announced the surprise performance on both their Twitter and Instagram accounts this morning - confirming they will be on the Main Street at 4:30pm.


We will be busking on Blessington Main Street today from 4:30pm! We would love to see everyone there!!

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The brothers, who have reportedly made it through to Judges’ Houses, are yet to feature on the dreaded Six Chair Challenge.

However, several media outlets have said the Irish duo will fly the flag for the country at the final stage before live shows.

Living in Blessington, the teenage lads have been strumming up a storm since their rendition of Jimi Hendrix’s classic, All Along the Watch Tower – which impressed judges and saw the duo catapult into bootcamp.

However, their bootcamp performance of Beggin by Madcon, which aired last Saturday, didn’t go down as well with judges, who gave the lads a lifeline when they offered them the chance of singing a second song.

After a passionate, if a little nervous, rendition of Ed Sheeran song Sing, Sean (17) and Conor (15) made it through to the Six Chair Challenge.

Despite their progression in the X Factor, the singing siblings are keeping their feet firmly on the ground and are both in school, with Conor in third year studying for his Junior Cert and Sean, who is in sixth year, preparing for the Leaving Certificate next June.

Both Conor and Sean are students in Naas CBS and are the sons of Tallaght-based health business owner John Price, who runs GreenValu in the Whitestown Business Park.

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