- 24 Sep 19
Tickets for the singer-songwriter and violinist's Dublin gig are available now.
American folk-singer, violinist and disability rights advocate Gaelynn Lea is heading to Dublin, for a performance at The Workman's Club on Monday, September 30.
Since winning NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Contest in 2016, and Gaelynn has been on the road bringing her unique mix of haunting original songs and traditional fiddle tunes around the world. Across 43 states and 7 countries, she's graced the stages of renowned venues like Nashville’s Music City Roots, The Kennedy Centre and House of Blues, as well as BBC World News.
In addition to performing and recording, Gaelynn, who has brittle bone disease, also does speaking engagements about disability rights and accessibility in the arts, and has used her music as a platform to advocate for people with disabilities and to promote positive social change. She is also currently working on a memoir about her touring adventures and disability advocacy.
Tickets for Gaelynn's Dublin gig are €13.20, and are on sale now.
Take a look at her SXSW Tiny Desk performance below: