Friday, 1 February 2013

Amelia Curan (CAN) Monday, Feb 11

Canadian songsmith, Amelia Curran, plays BAG at Mick Murphy's, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, Monday Feb 11.
This is Amelia's first visit to Ballymore, and BAG is delighted to be bringing you new music of such high calibre. Doors 8:30pm. Admission €12 at the door.

For more details, read on, and please check out the videos below; Amelia is a superb talent - I have described her as being like Suzanne Vega, Natalie Merchant, and fellow Canadian Leonard Cohen combined. A perfect blend of voice, musicality and lyricism. Quite simply: stunning.

NEW ALBUM ‘SPECTATORS’ – REL: February 11th 2013

Intriguing, diverse, and brimming with passion **** Maverick magazine

The perfect recipe for late-night music for grown ups! Word magazine

Halifax songstress Amelia Curran is excited to be heading back to the UK and Ireland with the eagerly awaited release of her new album Spectators released on Feb 11th on Blue Rose Records.
Since the release of her first album in 2000, Curran has an impressive discography which each year have gained a number of East Coast Music Award nominations including ‘Folk Recording Of The Year’, ‘Female Recording Of The Year’, until her album triumphed over all and won the much desired Juno Award.

Amelia Curran was born to write music, a songwriter by trade, but a writer at heart, she believes language is everything.

Amelia’s acclaimed 2009 album Hunter, Hunter won her the much sought after Juno Award for Best Roots and Traditional Album. With her new album, Curran returns to the scene with ten tracks that raise the bar on her signature lyricism, but also push beyond the folk boundaries that have defined her previous releases.

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