Saturday, April 28, 2012
Australian born Irish/Indian musician Tara Stewart has been on the Dublin scene for just over a year now with previous music featured on an RTE2 television show (The Importance of Being Ernest) a song that was recorded with Martin Furey of The High Kings. She has also supported Australian rock band Jet and played with the tribute to The Last Waltz in The Olympia last year.
This year is a complete change in direction and new makeover of the style of music that was once heard by Tara this includes new songs and a new line up, with what was a solo act turned into a five piece band. With catchy pop melodies and indie/rock sprinkles mixed in they have been playing together only a couple of months and are set to record a much anticipated debut EP at the end of April with Producer Barry Murphy (Leaders of Men & Machine Gun Baby).
The band is currently made up of Lead Vocal Tara Stewart, Guitarists Nicole Billings and Russell Keogh, Bassist Stephen Banim and Drummer Anthony McMahon with inspiration from The Smiths and Fleetwood Mac to Michael Jackson.
Already 2012 summer is planned to be a big year with Communion Dublin in Academy 2, Ruby Sessions, Dublin INK live, Festivals, London shows and the official launch in August at The Workman’s Club.
Keep an eye out for dates to be announced very soon on twitter and facebook pages and some new music previews/videos to be released in the next few months.
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