Lorraine Nash 'All That I Can Be' album launch
Irish songwriter Lorraine Nash has been steadily building her audience since the release of her debut EP âWildflowerâ in 2020. Quickly attracting the attention of Irelandâs music industry with her evocative songwriting and stunning vocals, while receiving praise for the lyrical beauty of her songs. Lorraine has built a loyal fan base with a string of stunning performances. She has been teasing new music from her upcoming debut album, All That I Can Be, due in May 2023.
At the core of Lorraineâs songwriting is a blend of trad, folk and blues traditions. Drawing on a background of traditional singing, the multi-instrumentalist incorporates the traditional lilt into her live show. Taking inspiration from songwriting legends Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Carole King - fused with contemporary influences like Norah Jones, Gillian Welsh, Billie Marten, Lucy Rose, Gabrielle Aplin and Laura Marling - Lorraine creates stunning, image-laden songs. Lorraine has performed at the Irish music industry event, Music Cork, Autumn Air festival, Tradfest and Galway Folk Festival, and impressed on national Irish TV's Today Show, with her breakout single âWinter Sunâ. She has shared the stage with renowned Irish musicians John Spillane, Jack OâRourke and The Lost Brothers
Lorraine has received huge support from Irish radio with her singles âWolvesâ, âSing With Herâ, âWinter Sunâ, and âChanging Tidesâ spending many weeks on the national broadcasterâs weekly Recommends Playlist, reaching audiences of 1.5 million listeners. According to the Gender Disparity Data Report compiled by WhyNotHer, Lorraine was one of the most played female artists on RTĂ Radio 1 in 2020.
âLorraine Nash is a skilled musician and talented lyricist who is developing her voice but deserves your attention now. As she sings on âBreatheâ: âI threw stones in the ocean, set the water in motion.â She could be describing what will hopefully be the start of something special for her.â â Americana UK
âa bright young vocal talent and versatile multi-instrumentalistâ â Irish Examiner
âIrish folk is in ruddy good health thanks to the likes of Lankum, Ye Vagabonds and John Francis Flynn. Kerryâs Lorraine Nash will likely soon join their ranks. The young folk singer does a fine line in robustly penned compositions that are beautifully sung and sensitively arrangedâ â John Meagher, Irish Independent
âThe release (Wildflower single) marks the 21 - year -old multi-instrumentalist as a compelling new presence in Irelandâs thriving scene.
Performing since she was seven, Lorraineâs debut EP is set to showcase her impressive chops across piano, guitar, harp, flute and violin. Her original material draws influence from an eclectic range of styles, including Irish trad â while allowing her own unique voice to shine throughâ â Hot Press
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