Emma Lohan to support Bryde in Monroe’s tomorrow

Galway songwriter Emma Lohan, following a sold-out tour of Ireland with Anna Mullarkey last autumn, is home for another stint to her favourite musical haunts along the Irish coast. Lohan’s carefree and hilarious approach to live performance is infectious, putting people at ease to let go and enjoy the moment. To experience her live shows is to be taken on a whirlwind musical trip that embraces her audience from the first note. With honest lyrics, upbeat guitar licks, rich harmonies and beautiful arrangements Lohan invites her audience to forget everything and just sing – and they usually do! Based in London, she prepares for the release of her debut solo album Black Atlantic next October.

She will be joined by Donal Mc Connon of My Fellow Sponges and London gypsy jazz guitarist Sebastian Goodwin Day in Monroe’s Tavern supporting Welsh singer Bryde tomorrow night Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th in Dolan’s of Limerick.  Sharing the stage again with Anna Mullarkey in Mullarkey’s Bar Clifden Friday 13th and down to Hackett’s in Schull Sunday 15th

Go to www.emmalohan.com for more information or check out the YT video for ‘Wander Free’ below

If you are still not convinced, here’s what other people have to say about her:

“Sublime” John Conneely

“Captivating” Hoxton Radio

“Emma’s clearly the rolling stone which softly gathers everything.” Misfit City

“Brilliant and captivating! My favourite gig of 2017! Emma Lohan has reached a new level of live performance.” An Áit Eile





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