AMI Entertainment presents
^ Upstairs ^
Ambient pop singer Amy Dillon, from Co Kildare headlines Whelan’s Upstairs, this October 13th.
Amy’s performances encompass haunting piano melodies with vulnerable lyrics that paint a story of love, identity and human emotion. Her recent single,’If the Earth was a Woman’ is a cinematic composition written in alliance with the global strike for climate change.
Amy has gained recognition for harnessing a soulful voice merged with an ethereal vulnerability that connects and captivates the audience to a mesmerised hush which casts a spell upon listeners through heartfelt memoirs of love, joy and all matters of human emotion.
Amy has opened shows for Jack Lukeman on his national tour of Ireland, and also supported double platinum selling, Irish singer/songwriter, Mick Flannery.
Recent gigs of Amy’s include: The Ruby Sessions, Whelans, The Workman’s Club, The Pavillion theatre and Lost Lane.
The Kildare songstress is currently working on her first EP, finding influences from bands such as London Grammer and Daughter
– 50c per ticket service charge applies on phone, internet or creditcard bookings. Final ticket price may be higher from other outlets.
Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required
AFTER THE GIG
Live in the Front Bar, 11pm: The Dublin Blues Cartel feat. Mik Pyro, Pat Farrell, John Quearney & Eoin Redmond | Cover Charge applies on Bank Holiday Sundays from 10:30pm