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Sarah McQuaid - Live at The Old Church Centre

The Old Church Centre, 1 Church Lane, Cushendun, Ballymena, Antrim, BT44 0PG
exterior of Old Church Centre

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"One of the most instantly recognisable voices in current music … Shades of Joni Mitchell in a jam with Karen Carpenter and Lana Del Rey." —Trust The Doc

Sarah McQuaid's lush, chocolatey voice combines with her engaging personality, "subtle mastery onstage" (Huffington Post) and "brilliant musicianship" (fRoots) on acoustic and electric guitars, piano and (occasionally) drum to create a truly immersive experience.

Born in Spain, raised in Chicago, holding dual Irish and American citizenship and now settled in rural England, Sarah McQuaid brings the eclecticism of her background to her "captivating, unorthodox songwriting" (PopMatters) and choice of material, spanning genres and defying categorisation.

All this is abundantly demonstrated by her new live album and video series, The St. Buryan Sessions — but needs to be savoured in person to be fully appreciated.

 

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Season (25 Apr 2024)
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Thursday19:30 - 22:00

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