Americana/Country artist Daniel Kemish brings his Irish tour to Monroe’s Live on Sunday, 24 April.
British-born Kemish is an Americana/Outlaw Country artist who prides himself on showcasing tones from his American influences. His warm, gruff voice and style portray a sound that is not often found in people of his age. His lyrics and songwriting style are more commonly associated with the early country singers during the outlaw movement of the late 60s/70s.
His debut album ‘Fools & Money’, released worldwide by Sony Music last month, was recorded at the world renowned Ocean Way Studio A in Nashville over a couple of days. It’s a sound that stands out in today’s world of over produced and polished music.
At his Monroe’s show, Kemish will be on main vocals, guitar, kick drum, harmonica, with his musical partner Jean Christian Houde backing him on double bass, hi-hat, and vocals. The set-up delivers a massive sound, mimicking that of a full band, and distinctively displaying the conviction of true outlaws. Support on the night is from James Weston.
Doors are open at 9pm with tickets costing €7/€5 online. Visit www.monroes.ie for more information.