Other Voices: Limerick’s Whenyoung are Dingle bound for church live TV recordings

Alan Owens

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Alan Owens

Whenyoung: Andrew Flood, Aoife Power and Niall Burns

Whenyoung: Andrew Flood, Aoife Power and Niall Burns

HOTLY tipped Limerick band Whenyoung are among the artists lined up to take part in live TV recordings for Other Voices in Dingle.

The trio – Andrew Flood, Aoife Power and Niall Burns – join a prestigious line-up that also includes Courtney Marie Andrews, David Keenan, Gruff Rhys, Jade Bird, Loah Mahalia and Nakhane.

The recording, featuring the breakthrough Limerick indie pop band, takes place at St James’ Church between November 30 and December 2 in front of a live audience, with the series to be broadcast on RTÉ in early 2019.

Organisers have also announced 26 new additions to the Hennessy Music Trail at Other Voices including Touts, JYellowL, r.kitt, Dowry, A. Smyth, Nialler9, Brand New Friend, Galants, Fears, Thumper, Girlfriend and many more. It brings the tally to 40 artists across 14 venues.

Already confirmed for the IMRO Other Room this year are Kitt Philippa, Columbia Mills, I Have A Tribe, Mango & Mathman and Kojaque. The final performance slot at the IMRO Other Room will be decided by the public through the IMRO Other Voices Open Call with RTÉ 2FM.

Registration for Other Voices is now open at www.eventbrite.ie