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SongLives
Eleanor McEvoy and Warren Malone

Admission:
$15 member /
$18 non-member

Photo Credit: Shane McCarthy

SongLives

Curated by Susan McKeown, SongLives brings the rich tradition of busking on Dublin’s Grafton Street to the wonderful intimacy and acoustics of the Donaghy Theatre. This unique concert series features both established artists, as well as up-and-comers, as they share their songs and stories with IAC audiences.

Eleanor McEvoy and Warren Malone
Thursday, September 12 | 8 pm

Eleanor McEvoy

“McEvoy’s facility with everything from Tex-Mex country to straight up three-chord trickery is a timely reminder of what sets a musician apart: A hunger for exploration and a deep-seated talent for exploring the darker corners of both music and life” – The Irish Times

A multi-talented musician, songwriter and singer, Eleanor McEvoy is one of Ireland’s most accomplished artists and delivers an emotional and uplifting concert filled with passion and humor. She composed the song "Only A Woman's Heart,” title track of the hit album A Woman's Heart, which remains the one of the best-selling albums in Irish history. She has now released ten studio albums and enjoys continual and growing success in Ireland, the UK and across the world. An intimate and powerful live performer she has appeared all over the world on numerous TV shows, films, festivals, and concerts.


Warren Malone

“Absolutely spellbinding…fresh and different.” – Andy Miller, GFY Album Reviews Editor

New York-based singer songwriter Warren Malone is originally from Manchester England and has played thousands of gigs on stages, street corners and bars across Europe, Ireland, and the United States, playing with acts like Steve Earle, David Gray, Lucinda Williams, World Party and many more. Currently embedded in the folk scene of New York, Warren has released 4 albums in 3 years—including Spit ‘n’ Kisses, featuring members of the Tori Amos band—and continues to grow as both a singer and a songwriter.

Past performers include Susan McKeown, Declan O’Rourke, Michael Brunnock, Brendan O’Shea, Mark Geary, Ann Scott, Niall Connolly, Wallis Bird, Anthony Mulcahy, Mundy, The Guggenheim Grotto, Jenna Nichols, Heathers, and Gerry Leonard.



 

 



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Eleanor McEvoy


Warren Malone

 

Eleanor McEvoy talks to Susan McKeown about how going with her heart has made for a successful music career, plus a sneak peek of her September 12 concert with track "Harbour."

Eleanor McEvoy talks to Susan McKeown about how going with her heart has made for a successful music career, plus a sneak peek of her September 12 concert with track "Harbour."

 


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