Aiken Promotions present
11th July 2013.
Inspired by the ghosts of Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent, the twang of Elmore James, the pathos of Billie Holiday and the swagger of Wanda Jackson, Imelda May is a Liberties girl whose self-belief and self-penned songs have taken her to international stardom. Imelda will be coming home this summer to perform in the intimate setting of the Iveagh Gardens this July 11th. Tickets for this unmissable show are €40 on sale next Monday March 25th at 9am through Ticketmaster and other usual outlets nationwide.
Imelda began performing in clubs when she was 16 years old and after fifteen years of singing in other peoples bands Imelda finally took the plunge and set up her own band in 2006. Her albums have reached multi-platinum status and she was the first Irish woman in 14 years to get to #1 in the album charts with her album Love Tattoo.
Her third album, Mayhem was released last year as well as More Mayhem a special edition version of the album which included three new tracks – “Roadrunner”, “Gypsy” and “Blues A Calling” plus Imelda’s previously unreleased cover of Patsy Cline’s “Walking After Midnight”.
For more information on Imelda May go to: www.imeldamay.co.uk
Tickets go on sale Monday 25th March priced €40.00 (including booking fee) available from www.ticketmaster.ie & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.
0818 719 300 – Republic of Ireland customers 0844 277 4455 –
Northern Ireland customers 00353 1 456 9569 – International customer
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