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Loah

$24 general /
$20 members

If this event sells out, email info@irishartscenter.org to be added to the wait list. We will be releasing seats closer to the performance date.

 

To buy tickets over the phone, call IAC’s box office at 866-811-4111

 

 

Photo Credit: Erin Baiano

 

Loah

Wednesday, March 22 | 8 PM

“Her music has elements of soul, funk R&B and rock, and she’s also rightly proud of her roots” —John Oseid, Forbes

“We have a bit of a star on our hands.” —Hot Press Magazine

"...the Irish Sierra Leonean singer is a unique talent, a magnetising performer and any time you see her sing...there’s a palpable sense of a musician on the rise." —Nialler9 (Full article here)

Following her U.S. debut as part of our Ireland Rising concert in April, Irish-Sierra Leonean singer-songwriter Sallay Garnett, aka Loah, returns with her full band for an intimate show showcasing her unique blend of musical styles which can only be described as ArtSoul. One of Ireland’s most exciting rising talents, Loah has mesmerized audiences at Electric Picnic and the Dublin Fringe Festival, performed with Glen Hansard and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, and co-wrote the song “Someone New” on Hozier’s latest platinum selling debut album. Her debut EP will be released in Spring 2017.





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