Dublin, County Dublin
Jennifer Evans first UK appearance Wednesday 24th April at The Macbeth, Hoxton St, London N1 6LP 8.15pm...
Jennifer Evans' has just put the finishing touches to her debut album with Irish producer Stephen Shannon (aka Strands). The release later this year is much anticipated after the excitement created by the debut EP 'Salient Point'. Ardent emotional experiences and daunting but lush perceptions of being feed the debut EP, Salient Point, which was recorded and mixed by Stellarsounds’ Steven Lynch. Evans’ vocals are soulful and lyrically unique in origin. The music is alternative in genre but also finds it’s roots in Jazz, Dark Folk and Blues.
Jennifer’s shows can range from dark folk to a sneaky style of Dub depending on the what’s right for the occasion and how long the set is! Empirical knowledge, exoticism, a questioning of identity and home.....whether solo, accompanied or playing with the full band the music's target is up your spine.
Jennifer was born in Washington DC to an Irish/American mother and a Puerto Rican father but the family moved to Ireland when Jennifer was 3 and she’s been living in Dublin since.
'Beautifully spooked noir-folk from the Dublin singer and her band The Ripe Intent. Way To Go is a tune fans of Joanna Newsom, Evie Sands and Linda Perhacs will be raving about.'
Jim Carroll, Irish Times
'Evans has a seductively warm voice and the ability to craft serious songs to match.'
Jackie Hayden, Hotpress
iTunes Link to purchase Salient Point EP
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|26 May 2013||21:00||Lilliput Press, 62-63 Sitric Road, Arbour Hill, Dublin 7, Ireland||Listen at Lilliput|