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Live Music at designist – Sunday 15th April 2012

On Sunday 15th April, designist will host an evening of live music in store.
Come along at 6.30pm, and join us for some tunes and some nice times. 6€ on the door.
All details below.

Deserted Village Presents:

Another all-acoustic evening in designist.
designist shop, 68 Georges St (Opp. Arcade) 6:30 PM, €6

Peter Delaney is a Limerick born songwriter who draws inspiration from traditional songs and old folk music as well as the lilting melancholy of vintage Hawaiian recordings. In 2007 Peter self-released his debut mini album ‘Duck Egg Blue’, which has received regular airplay in Ireland, England, Holland and Australia and was re-released through Deadslackstring Records in June 2011. He released a limited live CD through Apolloaan Recordings in 2010 and has just finished recording a new full length album.

Peter has joined both Oscar winners The Swell Season and Fionn Regan as support act on the Irish leg of European tours. He played the first Spirit Of Folk festival in 2011 and was invited by Donal Dineen to play the main Body & Soul stage at Electric Picnic and in 2009 as well as the VPRO Dwars festival in Amsterdam.

Laura Hyland sings and plays acoustic guitar, and is best known through her group, ‘Clang Sayne’ which she founded in 2008 while living in London. Since returning to Dublin last summer she has struck up with various Irish music makers, playing both composed and improvised music: recent collaborations include a new Clang Sayne trio featuring Matthew Jacobson (drums) and Judith Ring (voice), an improvising duet with laptop artist and composer, Karen Power, and choral project with singers/composers, Micheal Fleming and Donal Mac Erlaine. Her second album, ‘The Piper, the Drum & the Brazen Sun’ is due for release on Forwind Records in May. See for further details.

Local fiddle player Cormac McDiarmada can be heard in regular session in Devitts, Whelans & Bowes.

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