- 17 Sep 21
Watch JaYne performing live on the Y&E Series tonight – supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media...
Kicking off the final weekend of the current edition of the Y&E Series, we're delighted to present JaYne as tonight's next act – going live on the Hot Press Instagram at 7.30pm...
Hailing from Limerick, JaYne has a proven track record as a remarkable artist and songwriter – with a sound that spans several genres and styles. In addition to her work with her band, Eve's Record Box, JaYne worked in London for 10 years as a session singer and writer. Earlier this year, she continued to establish herself as a serious solo talent with a stunning cover of Tears For Fears' 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World'. Her Y&E Series performance coincides with the release of her highly anticipated new single, 'The Coast'.
Watch the Hot Press Y&E Series performances every night live on the Hot Press Instagram (@hotpressmagazine) at 7.30pm – supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
Up next on the Y&E Series...
Saturday, September 18: KELLIE LEWIS
Irish singer-songwriter and musician Kellie Lewis first rose to prominence after placing Runner Up on The Voice of Ireland in 2014 – during which she mentored by her idol, Dolores O' Riordan. After releasing her debut original EP, Behind the Moon, Kellie moved to Los Angeles to further pursue music. To mark Dolores O'Riordan's 50th birthday, Kellie appeared on The Late Late Show and sang 'Dreams' accompanied by the RTÉ Orchestra. Kellie is also a featured Irish Artist on the upcoming album, Salvation - Inspired by the Cranberries. Her second EP is set to be released in the coming months.
Sunday, September 19: TROPHY WIFE
Fresh out of college, Trophy Wife, aka Ruby Smyth, released her debut EP, Art, last year. Despite drawing influence from a wide range of musical influences – including jazz, pop and classic rock – her sound fits convincingly alongside her popular contemporaries, like King Princess, Clairo and Lizzo. Following the release of her acclaimed EP last year, Trophy Wife returned earlier this summer with her latest single, 'Good Love'.
Monday, September 20: FLYNN
Hailing from Mullingar, singer-songwriter Flynn has rapidly established himself as a popstar-on-the rise. With a sound driven by pulsating electronic undercurrents, he teamed up with Belgian act Lost Frequencies on their tropical house single 'Recognise' in 2019 – a track that has since clocked up over 48 million streams on Spotify alone. Last year, Flynn released his lauded solo EP, One Of Us.