Portadown artist Jealous of the Birds will be performing as part of this month’s Atlantic Sessions.
Jealous of the Birds is the stage name of Naomi Hamilton hotly tipped songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her debut album Parma Violets, released in May, matches introspective indie-folk with fiery post-punk.
She will be joining Ryan Vail at Flowerfield Arts Centre in Portstewart on Sunday November 20 at 7pm for a free concert to mark the launch of Ryan’s new single.
The gig is one of many being held across the North Coast this month.
Atlantic Sessions showcases over 50 artists in over 30 venues throughout four days.
Cafes, restaurants, hotels, pubs, coffee shops, music venues and the Town Halls across Portrush, Portstewart and Portballintrae will be lit up with gigs from the finest performers across Northern Ireland. Audiences can follow music trails in intimate venues throughout the three resorts with a different live performance taking place every hour, and it’s all admission free.
Now in its eighth year and firmly established in the music calendar, the Causeway Coast and Glens Council event has emerged as a permanent feature on the cultural calendar and has gathered a reputation both among performers and music lovers.
Live music ranges from traditional, bluegrass and americana to electronic, indie and acoustic singer-songwriters.
It offers a platform for emerging talent as well as established artists from across Northern Ireland and an opportunity to bring their music beyond urban hubs. It has a significant role to play in developing tourism, appreciating the ongoing success stories which make us proud of our indigenous music scene and showcasing the Causeway Coast and Glens internationally. This year’s festival will coincide with the Causeway Coast and Glens Restaurant Week, a culinary celebration which includes themed nights, food tours and taster menus, using the very best of fresh local and seasonal produce, with fine wines and artisan ales.
For further details and to book online for free events, check out www.atlantic