Last year was an absolutely fabulous year for Niamh. She was nominated for Best of British Unsigned Music Awards for her song ” Can’t Stand this anymore” which achieved runner-up with public voting and also achieved “record of the week” on the BBC Introducing program. Niamh was invited to several local radio stations – BBC Radio York, Stray FM, Bradford Community Radio, Ribble FM and Drystone Radio in order to talk about her wonderful achievements and her future plans.
In the Autumn of last year, Niamh commenced writing her new track ” Love Drug” which was initially recorded with production by Jamie Vee from Zene Records of Keighley. In November Niamh was extremely excited to be invited backstage before and after a fantastic Jools Holland performance at the Harrogate International Centre and from this was offered support on her next track from Derek Nash (Saxophone) and Dave Swift (Bass) who are members of the Jools Holland Rhythm and Blues Orchestra.
Niamh has recently been down to London to Clowns Pocket Studios to spend time working with Dave Swift and Derek Nash on her track ‘Love Drug’ which is due to be released in the spring. We have also been notified that Darby Todd (the Darkness) who has also played with Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, Skid Row) & Alan Price (The Animals.)
Over the last few months Niamh has been promoting herself at regular open mic nights in local public houses around the Cross Hills and Skipton areas and her first gig at Gallaghers Ale House in Cross Hills was a huge success. She will be performing on 4th March at the Beer Engine, Skipton and also 17th March at Gallagher’s Ale House, Cross Hills along with an appearance at Grassington Festival on 24th June. Further details to follow.
She will be performing on 4th March at the Beer Engine, Skipton and also 17th March at Gallagher’s Ale House, Cross Hills along with an appearance at Grassington Festival on 24th June. Further details to follow.