Áine Cahill will make her Kilkenny city debut at The Set Theatre on Sunday, May 7.
The 22 year old singer-songwriter from County Cavan gets her inspiration from contemporary pop music.
Cahill combines it with classic jazz from the 1950's to create her own take on music and showcasing her incredible storytelling ability.
Very strong melodies mixed with her lyrical content allows the audience to escape into another world.
When Áine made her Glastonbury debut on the Bread and Roses stage last Summer, BBC producers were so impressed that they immediately put her on the live stage backstage coverage where she proceeded to deliver and unbelievable acoustic performance of her debut single “Black Dahlia” and sparking an incredible reaction with 'Áine Cahill' trending on Twitter.
“Plastic” is the latest single from Cahill, released in late January.
Plastic is a slice of unique storytelling with sultry strings and soulful beats reverberating around her velvety vocals.
Aine Cahill makes her debut Kilkenny performance on Sunday, May 7 at Set Theatre, Kilkenny. Doors 8pm.
Tickets priced at €10 plus booking and the advice from promoter, Andrea Keoigh is to book early.