Theatre Royal, 16th July, 8:30pm
Solo musician, artist, songwriter, and producer Dollface performed the opening concert for Eleanor McEvoy in 2016, was winner of the 2016 & 2017 Waterford Irish youth music awards under the song writing criteria, and successful in grade 8 piano forte. She is a composer in contemporary piano pieces, writing songs ranging in a variety of genres, expressing emotion and experiences through her music.
Conor Doyle is a Kilkenny born; Waterford based singer – songwriter from the South-East of Ireland. He picked up the guitar in his early teens at the age of 15 and began writing songs a year later, influenced from the early folk likes of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, and more modern blues artists such as Hozier. As one of the most exciting acts coming up through the South-East, Conor Doyle is a folk singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with original music that transcends and crosses genres from folk, funk, reggae, and bluegrass. Since the lockdown, Conor has been writing new music that mixes upbeat summer songs to conceptual storytelling folk. Conor is set to release more music in the summer.
Tickets https://theatreroyal.ie/event/dollface-conor-doyle/ €15 051 874402