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/ March 30, 2022

amy michelle announces debut Irish show

amy michelle by Lewis Vorn
/ March 30, 2022

amy michelle announces debut Irish show

Words: Dylan Murphy

Having earned a rep as one of the country’s most exciting new artists, amy is playing her first show in the capital.

Rising Irish singer and songwriter amy michelle has announced her first run of shows. She plays Smock Alley Theatre on May 17 in Dublin. Elsewhere, she plays in Folklore in London on May 11.

It comes after the Mullingar singer signed to Method Records (slowthai) and released her stunning debut single ‘the bottom of the well’. More recently, she released her first solo EP is that all there is? and in the process she’s thrown her name into the ring for ones to watch lists across the board this year.

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10.00.

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