DkIT bands and artists to showcase talent

DkIT bands and artists to showcase talent
A collection of bands and artists from DkIT will pool their talents to showcase original material at The Spirit Store, Dundalk on Monday, April 22.

A collection of bands and artists from DkIT will pool their talents to showcase original material at The Spirit Store, Dundalk on Monday, April 22.

Headliners Cash Is King are on a small tour promoting their single “City Lights” and all acts make their Spirit Store debut at this show.

Playing on the night is Cash is King, who are a four piece rock group with members hailing from Dublin, Wicklow and Kilkenny.

Currently based in the capital, the group formed in 2012, with a view to composing and performing memorable tunes that you’ll want to sing and dance to.

Prior to Cash is King, each member had been active in the music scene, be it in media, playing in various bands or as teachers of the art.

Lora Gilbert and Amy Walsh will also be performing and are a duo act from Balbriggan.

The girls play covers mostly but are currently working on their own material.

The duo are currently in their second year in college studying Applied Music at Dundalk Institute of Technology.

Sarah Something is an Irish singer-songwriter, from a small town just north of Dublin, who plays a range of instruments including the piano, guitar, cajun, bass and guitar.

Also performing on the night are CFD Crimson, a two piece from Ballina/Foxford whose influences include Bloc Party, Daft Punk and Radiohead.

Christina Lynn from Co Mayo will also perform a few songs and she is currently touring as a support act with Atlantic rhythm productions

Self taught guitar player Keith Mooney will also play a set. Doors open at 8pm and tickets cost w5.