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Music / September 26, 2022

Karen Cowley launches solo career at Éiru this October

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Music / September 26, 2022

Karen Cowley launches solo career at Éiru this October

Words: Ellen Kenny

This October, CWB will host Éiru a series of intimate performances in The Playground and promote female and non-binary artists.

Management, production and record Company CWB has launched Éiru, a month long series featuring the most promising Irish talent. Playing every Monday in October in The Playground, CWB is encouraging artists and audiences to discover new music and meet fellow artists.

For Éiru’s launch show on Monday October 3, Karen Cowley of Wyvern Lingo will perform for the first under her new moniker Krea. Wyvern Lingo is an R&B-inspired three-piece known for their 2021 album “Awake You Lie”, which reached number one in the Irish charts.

A vocalist, pianist and novice harpist, Krea is known individually for her collaboration with Hozier on his song “In A Week”. She recently released her first single, “September Sun”.

Krea will be supported by Elle León, an Irish-born Spanish-based artist known for her punchy coming-of-self statement debut LP “The Musical”. Larabelle, a pop-indie artist who has gone from busking in Grafton Street to releasing two singles, will also join Krea and Elle.

Tickets for this event are priced at five euros, with all proceeds going to BeLong To, a national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI+) young people in Ireland.

Click here to get tickets.

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