Since his breakthrough role as the voice of Riverdance on Broadway, Londra has become one of the top Irish concert artists in North America. He is described by the Irish Herald as “one of the greatest Irish singers of our time.”

As a singer and producer Michael tours worldwide, receiving two Emmy® nominations for his PBS special “Beyond Celtic” co-produced with Mindfox Productions, airing nationally over 400 times on public television in the US and on arts channels, worldwide.

Londra’s version of The Water is Wide was featured on the Universal Records “Arias Ancora” project with Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman. His recording of “Danny Boy” is now regarded as “one of the best recordings of the song in history,” with approximately 8.5 million views on YouTube.

Michael’s was presented with a platinum disc for his production work on the first Celtic Woman project and was asked to return to work with PBS phenomenon Celtic Thunder by producer Sharon Browne.

In 2013, Michael appeared with Judy Collins in a concert for the Kennedy family in honor of the 50th Anniversary of President Kennedy’s visit to Ireland and was invited by the family to sing at a memorial service at the grave of the President in Arlington.

He is the creator of Radiocelt, which is part of Accuradio Network, one of the top ten internet radio stations. Michael is an official ambassador for his home county Wexford, along with authors Colm Toibin, John Banville and Eoin Colfer. He is a passionate advocate for NGO, Concern Worldwide.

In 2016, Michael has teamed with Steve Peters to form VenuWorks Theatricals, a new company dedicated to bringing new musical and theatrical projects to the stage.

He recently founded the VenuWorks Agency with Jean Clancy. The agency represents artists and theatrical productions in North America.

He currently lives in Ames, Iowa with his partner Mark.