With a band made up of well known players from Cork’s jazz and neo soul scene and featuring some of her own string arrangements, Eve’s debut EP Young Naive Me crosses genres very naturally in songs which centre around Eve’s acoustic guitar and deeply honest vocal style.
Since its release in April of 2019, the EP has received national radio play in Ireland as well as airplay on regional stations at home and In the UK, with reviews from a number of prominent blogs including Ireland’s nialler9.com and REMY, praising her distinctive voice and a timeless quality to the songwriting and arrangements.
Having left school at the age of 15, Eve has clocked up more hours as a working musician than most artist in their early twenties, touring nationally with a number of Cork based bands as a vocalist and sax player. However it was her enrolment in Corks school of music in 2014 which really gave Eve the time and space to develop her songwriting and collaborate with a huge range of like minded musicians. Having graduated in October 2018, Eve wasted no time as she immediately began
work on recording Young Naive Me with her band at Wavefield Recording Studios.
Following the EP’s release, Eve has played numerous shows both solo and with her band such as Cork’s Quarter Block Party, The Ballydehob jazz festival and her own packed out release party in March. The rest of 2019 will see eve play more shows at home and abroad, including this years Body and Soul festival, as well as continuing to develop songs for her next release.
Eve’s EP ”Young Naive Me”
There will also be support from Aaron O’ Sullivan Jordan Run
Jordan Run Single ‘Olivia’