Some of the Artists we support
With the 2015 release of Cookstown troubadour Denver McCord's eagerly anticipated new and first solo album ‘Confessions, Questions & Tales’, McCord wasted no time in getting out and performing his material in front of enthusiastic and packed houses.
His debut solo acoustic performance was supporting no other than legendary Texan singer/songwriter Eric Taylor and McCord stepped in front of the spotlight to headline his own sold out Album Launch show at The Burnavon Theatre, followed up with supporting Northern Irish rockers ‘Blackwater Conspiracy’ at the Grand Opening of Lulu’s Bar, Dungannon.
2016 saw McCord sharing the same bill as his guitar heroes Johnny Fean (Horslips) and Eric Bell (Thin Lizzy) at the annual ‘Blues On The Hill Festival’ with his newly formed power rock trio ‘Denver McCord & The Confessions’ featuring McCord on lead vocals, guitar and mandolin, Stuart Richardson on bass and Justin Meechan on drums.
Denver still finds the time to entertain audiences with solo acoustic performances and recently supported Dublin based pop/rock band ‘The Four Of Us’.
James Bradley is a singer-songwriter from Maghera, Mid-Ulster. A father of four, he decided to pursue music as a career, full time in 2016.
He has played many bars and wedding venues, as well as corporate gigs, and has become comfortable with his audience and his own style of music.
In May 2017 he invited to play for the Northern Ireland Grocers Ball at the Culloden Hotel, where he played to 500 guests. James also made an appearance playing for Rory McIlroy and his guests, at the Rory McIlroy Foundation event in the Bushmills Distillery in July 2017.
He plays regularly at wedding receptions, services and other events. His love of music stems from his childhood and his influences include Matchbox 20, Counting Crows matched with a guitar playing style similar to James Taylor and Mumford And Sons.
Songwriter musician Kieran Brown is set to join the ranks of the most gripping songwriters to come out of Ireland. Inspired by Dylan, Springsteen, U2 and Tom Watts, Kieran’s music is equally eclectic, with a rhythm and tone unique to him. His latest release “Dreaming Off” will affect its listener in unanticipated ways and resonate long after the music has ceased.
In 2018 Kieran Joined forces with George Hutton critically acclaimed Tenor and solo artist, to form “The Inside Out” with 2019 seeing the release of their depute album, produced by top Irish producer Paul Casey and featuring iconic veterans of the Irish music scene Liam Bradley and Johnny McCullough.
Kieran splits his time between the studio, performing and effortlessly creating what will soon be an enviable discography.
Two's Harmony are an acoustic singing duo made up of 2 sisters, Lauren and Bethany Doherty from Derry - Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
The duo has been performing together for over 7 years playing in a number of events and festivals throughout the city and further a field. Creating a unique blend of harmonies with voice, guitar and Cajon, this sister duo have made their mark on the wedding scene and many local charity events.
A student of the Royal Irish Academy of Music where she studied piano, violin, theory and music composition and former student of the Praynar Konservatoruim.
Meadbh made a huge impression from a young age. Having won international piano competitions as well as performing and being recognised as a ‘virtuosi per musica de pianoforte in the Czech Republic before performing on the Late Late show at 14 and becoming young ambassador for Derry’s City of Culture Meadbh developed a reputation as an Irish musical prodigy.
She has appeared on many radio stations including the Gerry Anderson show on BBC. Her most recent performances at Derry’s ‘Sons and Daughters’ and as support act for Duke Special paved the way for a well earned career break. Meadbh is back and 2019 is set to be a big and busy year for this multi-talented singer song writer and musician.
Úna has been an entertainer since leaving school. She is a popular artist in the North West and further afield. Sharing the footlights in England with fellow entertainers such as Brian Kennedy and Tim Healy (Benidorm and Auf Wiedersehen Pet) in concerts for former sportsmen who had received life changing injuries. These concerts were organised by former IBF cruiserweight world champion, and now friend, Glenn McCrory of Sky Sports.
Úna is the inaugural winner of Drive 105FM’s “Drive Factor”, subsequently becoming a radio presenter for that station. She has devoted much of her spare time to various charitable ventures raising much needed funds for the likes of Macmillan Cancer Support and Me4Mental mental health charity and many more.
Únas’ hope for the near future is to compose, record and perform her own creations.