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    Music student launches electrifying new music festival

    17/02/2017
    BA Music Business and Arts Management student Mary Grammer organises music festival featuring best of Ireland’s home-grown talent including Paddy Casey and Ellie and Louise MacNamara

    Ellie and Louise MacnamaraDublin-born twins Ellie and Louise MacNamara will perform at student Mary Grammer's new festival, Emerald Sounds

    Middlesex University BA Music Business and Arts Management student Mary Grammer  has organised a brand new music festival, which will make its debut on 3 and 4 March in the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London.

    Emerald Sounds will present the best of Ireland’s home-grown talent including Saints and Sinners star Paddy Casey and twins Ellie and Louise MacNamara, known nation-wide for their electrifying and elegant harmonies. Paddy, whose debut album went triple-platinum, will open the inaugural festival.

    The festival is a product of Grammer Music, a talent-management and music promotion company based in Ireland and launched by Middlesex University student Mary in 2016.

    “I wanted to get into promoting music and managing bands so I decided to create a company and brand that brings a platform to emerging and established Irish bands and musicians to showcase their music in the UK,” she explains.

    “While some people might be expecting traditional Irish music, the festival will include a mix of genres, featuring rock, indie, folk, comedy hip-hop and more.

    “I can’t wait for the audience to see the huge range of talent we have at the festival, and to see how much amazing talent, emerging and established, comes from such a tiny country!”

    Paddy CaseyTriple-platinum selling artist Paddy Casey will be among the first to perform at the new Irish festival

    Mary’s passion for discovering alternative music prompted her to start a degree in music business at Middlesex University, where she says the hands-on learning focus gave her the confidence to launch Emerald Sounds.

    “The practical experience you get from studying at Middlesex, and the support I have received from my tutors, is what drove me to organise something at this level.”

    Tickets for Emerald Sounds can be purchased through the Electric Ballroom or through Emerald Sounds official website.

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