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Owen Daniel is a singer/songwriter from Belfast, who marks a unique take on the Genre with his soulful and emotion driven branch of pop music, which he likes to brand as “cry in the shower music"

The mission of Owen’s music is to make the listeners feel and connect to the songs emotionally, which is why a lot of the subject matter tries to be relatable for the listener.

After being raised on classic 70s, 80s and 90s music, Owen takes great inspiration from musical figures of this time such as Freddie Mercury, Elton John and Billy Joel. From a modern perspective Owen is inspired by the likes of JP Saxe, Maisie Peters, Lewis Capaldi and James Arthur.

 
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Amanda Agnew has been writing and performing her original material since 2011 and recorded her first single “Think of you” in Nashville Tennessee. Her music has been played on Radio Ulster, Downtown, BBC Scotland and WSM Radio Nashville. She was chosen to take part in Panarts annual showcase programme in Nashville where she performed in the world-famous Bluebird Café. Amanda has also performed with Nashville hit writers Jim Lauderdale, Lee Roy Parnell and Benita Hill at BelNash.

 
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As a musician with over 15 years’ experience in the Music Industry, Peter McVeigh has gained a notable reputation as a songwriter, solo artist & front man for the band, St. Alban. Not content to rest on his laurels, Peter has used this lockdown period to work with fellow St. Alban bandmate, Andy Dunlop, on a new solo record 'The Tree of Life'. Described as "The Irish Darkside of the Moon" because of its theme-based content and exploration of sound & texture, 'The Tree of Life' is without a doubt McVeigh's finest work.

 

Peter has played on stage with major artists such as Andy Dunlop, Richie Sambora, Ralph McTell, Nanci Griffith, Busta Rhymes and Tom Baxte

 
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Alice LA is a versatile creative pop artist. Her music is upbeat, and her shows are full of high energy.

She has performed at festivals across Ireland including Stendhal, Sunflower, Output and had a sold-out show in KOKO Camden as part of a Capital Xtra night. Her music has been played on BBC radio, Today FM, Play Irish initiative from IASCA and many more.

To date Alice LA has released two singles and an album that was nominated for the NI Music Prize for best album.