Gemma Hayes News

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Gemma Hayes: 'I wasn't owning my sexuality, I was wearing baggy jeans and t-shirts'

Irish Times - 2 yearss ago
“I've had conversations with the record label and they're getting in stylists and putting me in clothes and I'm going 'I'm not doing this',” says Gemma Hayes about her...

Shields spills all about My Bloody Valentine split

hotpress.com - 3 weeks ago
Lost In Translation, Primal Scream, the BAFTAs, U2, Gavin Friday, Gemma Hayes, Aidan Walsh, his alleged Syd Barrett tendencies…Kevin Shields discusses all of these and more in the next issue of Hot...

Mic Christopher's genius: Lisa Hannigan, Glen Hansard and more recall their friend

Irish Times - 10 months ago
Ó Snodaigh, Mac Con Iomaire and Hansard contributed, as did singers Lisa Hannigan, Gemma Hayes and musicians Simon Good and Dave Odlum. “People wanted to be together, to talk about him and make...

Dublin singer ELLYD releases highly anticipated single Close

Irish Mirror - 1 month ago
The singer, whose voice has been compared to the sultry haunting vocals of Gemma Hayes & Skye Edwards, first honed her talent by touring across Europe while also becoming a regular on the Irish...

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London Paradise show confirmed for Feb 21st

Gemma posted confirmation this morning via Twitter and Facebook of the London show at The Paradise for Tuesday 21st Feb 2012:

Facebook event page

I’d imagine you’d need to be quick if you want tickets for this show, as The Paradise looks a very small venue. You can buy tickets now via Eventbrite for £12.50 plus fees.

Meanwhile, it looks like more UK dates are being lined up:

The Irish shows confirmed are:

04-Feb Galway Roisin Dubh | tickets €18 (with Elaine Mai)
11-Feb Killarney Inec Acoustic Club | tickets €17.65
18-Feb Cork Cyprus Avenue | tickets €15
24-Feb Drogheda The D Hotel | info
25-Feb Carlow George Bernard Shaw Theatre | tickets €18