Songwriters combine for Bronte show

Frontier Music Promotions in conjunction with Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council and the Brontë Music Club has announced the Lost Bay Songwriters – Nathan O’Regan, Bruce Joseph and Stephen Macartney, will be playing in concert at the Bronte Centre, Rathfriland on Friday April 22.

Bruce Joseph is one of the most natural and sincere acoustic artists on the contemporary scene. There is a rare and unique craftmanship to his songwriting usually only exuded by more established acts. A mix of subtle harmonies and lyrical imagery merge to help create his honest and refreshing sound.

Having honed his song writing for over twenty years, Stephen Macartney has found a unique and honest voice that blends folk traditions from America with those closer to his native Northern Ireland.

Nathan O’Regan is a singer-songwriter from Cork, who was signed to Universal Music Group in London at the age of 16. At the age of 20, after parting ways with Universal, O’Regan set his sights on Northern Ireland. Here he has spent the last three years working on his debut album.

Doors open at 8.30pm for 9pm show. Tickets priced £12 can be purchased by contacting the Visitor Information Centre in Banbridge on 028 406 23322 or emailing tic@armaghbanbridgecraigavon.gov.uk.