Mark Graham from the The Irish Music Industry podcast will present a panel discussion with guests Ray Wingnut, Aaron Casey and Emma Langford.
Ray Wingnut presents Alt Spin on Spin Southwest. He owns and manages Wingnut Records. Aaron Casey is Head of Business at BIMM Dublin and is a Music Rights and Royalties Consultant. Emma Langford is a singer/songwriter and winner of 2018 RTÉ Folk Award. Emma will play during the discussion.
Venue: Hotel Doolin
Promoting Music from Rural Ireland: Clare FM DJ and well-known traditional musician Eoin O’Neill will host a panel discussion on how artists are promoting themselves from rural Ireland. The power of the Internet and other promotional devices will be discussed.
Featuring singer/songwriters Steo Wall, Susan O’Neill, Emma Langford and music-artwork designer Myriam Riand. The artists will perform during the discussion.
Venue: Hotel Doolin
Temple Bar Trad Fest present a celebration of the new wave of women’s voices in Irish folk and traditional music.
Venue: Lost Lane, Grafton Street, Dublin
The London Irish Centre celebrates Brigid’s Day with a lineup of powerful Irish female talent.
This night of musical and spoken word performances is the perfect way to wave goodbye to winter and look forward to the year ahead with some of the most creative and talented female performers Ireland has to offer.
There will be individual performances by the artists, followed by a panel discussion with Irish women who came to London in the 50/60s. From 10pm until midnight, there will be trad music on in the Hub bar with Elaine Finn-Davies (accordion), Angela Brooks (fiddle) and Rita Farrell (pipes/flute).
Venue: London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London, NW1 9XB
17th March – Kultur Im Loewen, Vorarlberg, Hohenems, Austria
18th March – Bookshop Concert, Buchhandlung Schmidt, Schwabmünchen
19th March – Grüner Baum, Hatzenweier
20th March – Schloss Eulenbroich / Eulenbroich Castle, Rösrath
21st March – Limeskatell Pohl, Pohl
22nd March -Wilhelm 13, Oldenburg
24th March – Aula der Realschule, Hamm
25th March – Apex, Göttingen
26th March – Tuchfabrik, Trier
27th March – Löhrer Hof, Hürth
28th, March – Alte Schule, Müllenbach
29th March – Kirche Schmachtendorf, Oberhausen
31st March – Mennonitenkirche, Norden
3rd April – Kulturverein Weitblick e.V., Bugewitz
5th April – Kulturhaus Spandau, Berlin
More TBA. German tour dates for 2021: September 15 to October 3
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Emma kicks off the summer at this beautiful intimate venue in Newcastle.
Situated on the first floor of the newly reimagined, 150 year old Punch Bowl Hotel, Bobik’s is a 60 seater venue offering a veritable feast of new and old live music, cinema, art exhibitions, stand up comedy & theatre.
Bobik is one of the Punch Bowl’s two dogs, named after a particularly naughty Soviet space dog, who managed to escape minutes before his rocket launch.
A fleeting one-week tour in the UK wraps up at Devizes in the south west of England. Emma brings her trio to the Devizes Art Festival on the 8th of June 2020.
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