“Áine connects deeply with her music…emotionally stirring and uplifting.” National Celtic Festival
In early 2015 Irish born singer songwriter Áine Tyrrell took the pieces of her life and songs into the desert on a musical and spiritual journey. Recording outdoors beneath the stars and in abandoned mines amongst the red dust of the Australian outback, the fragments took form, resulting in the release of her stunning debut album Queen of Swords.
Áine's music cradles the spirit of her native homeland, and tips the cap to a notable family history of Irish music tradition. Ache, honesty, elated melodies and garnishing rhythms which a thousand years of ancestry have slammed foot to floorboards to for both celebration and protest. Áine's music has grown from those traditional Irish roots into a truly contemporary sound. Her music is tribal and wild, but also fragile and heartbreaking and most of all immaculately crafted.
2016 has been a stellar year for Áine Tyrrell. In addition to her massive touring schedule, Áine joined Paul Kelly, Shane Howard, Pauline Scanlon, Declan O'Rourke, John Spillane and her father Seán Tyrrell on the national concert tour for Exile, an exclusive line-up of outstanding Irish and Australian artists who come together for a celebration of Irish influence in Australia, creating a rich tapestry of stories, imagery and music in honour of the Irish exiles.
Now the summer of 2016/17 will see Áine perform at a run of the country’s finest festivals as part of her ‘Dream a New Dream’ tour with appearances at Mullum Music Festival, The Woodford Folk Festival and Tasmania’s Cygnet Festival, alongside headline shows up and down the east coast.
Áine Tyrrell’s journey is one you’d be well advised to follow.
9th January - 15th January - TAS
16th - 27th January - VIC
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