Buille @Dolans – Limerick’s own Later Live meets Other Voices – this Sunday April 16 at 10:30pm

Cian and Eve present Buille

FILMED in Dolans Warehouse last September, Buille is TG4’s new music show fronted by singer-songwriter Eve Belle and IMLÉ’s Cian McCarthy shining a light on some of the most talented and diverse musicians in the country. In episode one, Limerick legends Hermitage Green are joined by RnB queen Gemma Bradley, Irish language collective IMLÉ and the up-and-coming Limerick songwriter Abe Soare.
There is a strong presence of Limerick acts throughout the series which will feature Moxie, Síomha, Emma Langford, rapper Ushmush, Strange Boy, Hazey Haze, T.A. Narrative, Soda Blonde, hip-hop singer Minnie Marley, Banríon, Pearse McGloughlin, Sorcha Richardson and Susan O’Neill.
Buille will be broadcast on TG4 from this Sunday April 16 at 10:30pm for the next six weeks. All six episodes go out on the TG4 player from next Sunday.

In episode one, we hear from Limerick legends Hermitage Green, RnB queen Gemma Bradley, Irish language collective IMLÉ and new music by the up-and-coming Abe Soare.

In the second episode we hear music from trad fusion band Moxie, Síomha, Emma Langford and rapper Ushmush.

Soda Blonde

In the third episode we hear from Soda Blonde, hip-hop singer Minnie Marley, Banríon and Pearse McGloughlin.

In episode four, we hear music from The Riptide Movement, Padraig Jack, T.A. Narrative and Eve Belle.

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In episode five, we hear from Sorcha Richardson, Limerick rapper Hazey Haze, Clare Sands and the up-and-coming singer songwriter Amy McNamara.

Susan O’Neill
In the final episode, we hear from Susan O’Neill, Limerick artist Strange Boy, Megan Nic Ruairí and poet Stephen James Smith.

Limerick venue Dolan’s is to play host to a new six-part TG4 music show.
Fronted by singer-songwriter Eve Belle and IMLÉ’s Cian McCarthy, the series will see a mix of some of Ireland’s best loved acts and most exciting up-and-coming talent take to the stage for a jam-packed six nights of ceol, caint agus craic.

It’s safe to say that Gaeilge is having a moment (the New York Times is calling it the ‘Celtic Revival’, no less), and Buille @ Dolan’s is 100% here for it. There’ll be plenty of famous faces from Ireland’s burgeoning Irish-language music scene on hand, with a wealth of talent and tunes, and more than a few laughs along the way.

Veteran gig-goers will know that there’s no better venue for the show than Dolan’s, one of Ireland’s best-loved and, frankly, best live music venues. In taking to the Dolan’s stage, our acts will be following in the footsteps of some of the best in the business, including the Cranberries, Fontaines DC and Hozier.