MALOJIAN will be playing the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast on Friday night.
Joining Stevie Scullion are Gypsy’s Wish, made up of Andrew Toman and Declan McKerr from Lurgan. The talented musicians are building up a big fanbase in the town and this is a great opportunity to see why they’ve been garnering such critical acclaim.
Also on the bill is Rhea Lyttle, a member of a famous Waringstown music family.
Rhea has been performing professionally since the age of two with folk group The Lyttle Family, who have toured in the USA three times.
At age sixteen she performed two shows with her family in Nashville and was a finalist on the televised BBC Rock School with Wednesday Adams. Now twenty one, she features on The Lyttle Family’s forthcoming album ‘This Era’ and on her brother David Lyttle’s 2012 urban album ‘Interlude’, alongside Mercury-nominated rapper Soweto Kinch and bassist Pino Palladino (Adele, John Mayer).
Her chorus on the track ‘Uncertain Steps’ was selected for a Channel 4 TV campaign with HMV to promote the album, bringing her voice to millions. Recently she performed with keyboard icon Jason Rebello (Sting) and US jazz legend Jean Toussaint. Rhea’s debut album is due to be released later in the year on LYTE Records.
Tickets are available from The Crescent Arts Centre’s Box Office or from their website: www.crescentarts.org
People can also pay at the door. There’s a full bar with cabaret style seating.