Support on the evening presented by Chordblossom will come from Conor Scott and Emma Horan.
His New Atlas is the moniker of Armagh native Eoghan O’Hagan.
A relentless work ethic has seen the 19-year-old establish a solid reputation for his extensive touring schedule across the UK and Ireland.
This prolific new artist has been catching the attention of Radio Ulster’s ‘Across the Line’ in addition to receiving airplay on Huw Stevens BBC Radio One Show for ‘Broken Mirrors’ which has been accumulating thousands of views on the accompanying music video.
He’ll launch new single ‘Saints’ on Thursday night.
You might remember Conor Scott as the young lad who wowed the judges & gained a fan in The Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue with his rendition of ‘Starry-Eyed’ on BBC’s The Voice – the reality show based on vocal talent alone as opposed to who has ‘the look’ and can sound great with a bit of auto-tune.
His talent earned him a broad fan base and sent him gigging across the UK, performing in venues like Liverpool’s famous Cavern Club. Now back on home soil, the currently unsigned singer-songwriter Conor Scott has just independently released his debut three-track EP Watch Me Go.
Emma Horan is riding the latest wave of digital fame, becoming a YouTube sensation overnight with her cover of ‘Little Lion Man’ by Mumford and Sons.
Having gained thousands of fans through her subsequent mash-ups and vlogs on her YouTube channel, she’ll now be turning her focus to crafting her already impressive talent at song writing.
Redeemer Central is a stunning church on Donegal Street in Belfast. Filled with stunning stained glassed windows and awe inspiring acoustics, music lovers will really be in for a treat at this show. Admission is £6.