Chloe Robertson to provide support for Paul Brady live at Mareel in July

05 June 2013

Chloe Robertson to provide support for Paul Brady live at Mareel in July

Young Shetland singer-songwriter Chloe Robertson has been confirmed as the support act for Paul Brady, who will be playing live at Mareel on Friday & Saturday 12 & 12 July. This concert is being presented by Tally Ho Entertainment in association with Shetland Arts.

 

Chloe is already well-known locally for her distinctive vocal style and her catchy tunes. Her two most well-known songs are Fish Out Of Water and Vitamin D Deficiency, both regularly played on SIBC.

 

Paul Brady is one of Ireland's most highly regarded and successful artists. He incorporates folk, rock, blues, traditional Irish, and classic pop styles into his song writing. Often described as "a musicians' musician," his songs have been covered by a huge array of major artists including Tina Turner, Cher, Joe Cocker, and Carlos Santana.

 

At these two concerts he will perform sets including songs from his extensive 40 year catalogue, including hits from his albums Hard Station, True For You, Back To The Centre, Primitive Dance, Trick Or Treat, Spirits Colliding, and more.

 

Shetland Arts' Marketing Officer, Lisa Ward, said: "Chloe is fast establishing herself as a gifted singer songwriter of limitless potential. She will make a wonderful support act for Paul Brady."

 

Tickets for both concerts are available now via Shetland Box Office in Mareel & Islesburgh, over the phone on 01595 745 555, or online at www.mareel.org and www.shetlandboxoffice.org
 

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