‘Biography’

 

Nuala Dalton is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and traditional flute-player from Ireland, based in London and Ireland.  A winding road led to a masters in traditional music performance at the university of  limerick, followed by a masters in creative projects at the university of newcastle-upon-tyne. The musical adventure continues..

Upcoming music projects include  solo and trio gigs of Breaking the Spell material.  New material. Traditional flute and fiddle duo gigs. 

Previous projects included Traditional Irish duo residency at O’Neill’s, Jazz Trio  vocals (London Jazz Fest 2011), The Flamenco Collective and an Appalachian Old Time duo.

Always seeking in music; creativity, soul, spirit and fun!

She has been reviewed as:

‘a voice that can be unbelievably angelic one second and tinged with a hint of serial-killer seriousness the next..’

and the  album as:

‘heartfelt..contemplative..strident..spiky..groovy..a voice..which instantly commands your attention’ www.thecrackmagazine.com

..should prove a big hit with both the indie/student crowd and those mature fans who like their music challenging, pointed and emotional The Musician (musicians union magazine).

..Comparisons are futile – her sound is both familiar and strange.. Challenging and compelling, if Breaking the Spell doesn’t enchant you on the first listen, make sure you play it again. Living North Magazine

For further details email wildwishmusic@hotmail.com

She has been reviewed as:
‘a voice that can be unbelievably angelic one second
and tinged with a hint of serial-killer seriousness the next..’
and the  album as:
‘heartfelt..contemplative..strident..spiky..groovy..
a voice..which instantly commands your attention’
www.thecrackmagazine.com
.should prove a big hit with both the indie/student crowd and those mature fans who like their music challenging, pointed and emotional.Radio Play includes: RTE 1 Paschal Mooney ‘The Irish Abroad’, BBC Tees, Queens University Radio, NCCR, Brfm, BBC Newcastle and on the ‘Sweet Oblivion’ show presented
by Aoife Barry on RTE 2xm.
The Musician (musicians union magazine) Spring 2010.
…Comparisons are futile – her sound is both familiar and strange.. Challenging and compelling, if Breaking the Spell doesn’t enchant you on the first listen, make sure order pills online without prescription you play it again.
Living North March
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