Kellie Lewis first rose to prominence after placing Runner Up on The Voice of Ireland – during which she was mentored by her idol since childhood, Dolores O' Riordan, The Cranberries. After releasing her debut original EP, Behind the Moon, Kellie moved to Los Angeles to further pursue music, performing in The Hotel Cafe, VidCon, and selling out her own show at Molly Malones, Los Angeles.
To honour Dolores O'Riordan's 50th birthday, Kellie Lewis appeared on National Live TV, The Late Late Show, singing 'Dreams' while accompanied by the RTÉ Orchestra. Just weeks later, Kellie Lewis performed on National TV again performing an original song of hers called ‘’All My Love’’ on Virgin Media’s The Six O’Clock Show.
Selected as part of Hot Press' Young and Emerging (Y&E) Series, Kellie Lewis took over the renowned HotPress Instagram page for a Live show.
A Featured Irish Artist on the album Salvation - Inspired by the Cranberries, Kellie wowed her fans with her ethereal cover of 'Ridiculous Thoughts', also featured on the album was Sinéad O'Connor, another idol of the Irish Pop Rock Artist
Kellie Lewis is honoured to be interviewed and included in the renowned book, curated and edited by Stuart Clark on the Life of The Cranberries, Why Can’t We?
Kellie Lewis launched her track Flashback to 18 in September 2022 with a debut performance at ''Music Cork'' 2022. Flashback to 18 made its TV debut with live performances broadcasted to millions of homes in Ireland on Virgin Media's The Six O'Clock Show and obtained a coveted performance spot to perform again on our national talk show, The Late Late Show. Having crafted a pipeline of new music set for release in 2023, this year is going to be the most exciting one yet!