Enniscorthy, County Wexford
Alice Lynskey is a very exciting singer/songwriter originally from Dublin and now living in Wexford.
She released her third single on oct 5th. Called Obscene Dreams, it tells of social expectation versus social acceptance. It is currently being played both nationally and internationally and is a real toe tapper!
On friday 29th of June she released her second single "Lovesick Rollercoaster". It was named Hot Press Magazines "track of the day"( 2/7/18) and was also included in the RTE1 Radio play list.
Reviews include " smashing song, as good as anything coming from the USA or the UK or anywhere!" Shay Byrne RTE Radio and when John Keane of KCLR was asked who he tipped as breakthrough artist of 2018 he said "My money is on Alice Lynskey. What an amazing talent and what an amazing voice!"
Having previously written a top ten hit for "The Stunning" her debut single "Devil in Me" was released in April. It was welcomed with terrific reviews and
received regional,nationwide and international radio airplay as well as been included on the RTE Radio 1 playlist.
Alice has recently opened shows for many great artists including playing support to many Paddy Casey,The Carole Nelson Trio, The 4 of us and The Don Baker and Rob Strong Band and has herself been accompanied on stage by the Dublin City Rounders.
She has been told she was humming along to songs before she could even talk. Her first performance was on stage in the Olympia theatre at age 7 singing and dancing.
Being surrounded with many different music influences since young, everything from ABBA and Horslips to The Beatles and Britney Spears, Alices writing style is varied. Pop with a hint of folk and a shake of country is how she describes it.
Alices writing began in primary school with her love of poetry. She entered many school talent shows and while still in college wrote a top ten hit "Run and Hide" for The Stunning.
She has sung at many venues including the Three arena, the Olympia, the Helix, the Wexford Opera House and in several shows. She has taken classical voice training with Deirdre Masterson.
Alice took centre stage at the Dublin goes Country Festival in July and is soon playing "The little Festival in the Big House" at Wells House Wexford.