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Saturday 28 March 2015

Malojian set for Belfast gig ahead of Canada tour

Malojian will be performing live at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
Malojian will be performing live at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast
Malojian man Stevie Scullion

Antrim singer-songwriter Stevie Scullion will return to Belfast's Crescent Arts Centre on Friday 3 May ahead of a tour of Canada in July.

The former Cat Malojian singer - now known simply as Malojian - will bring his band back to the Crescent for his first gig at the venue since his sold-out performance to launch debut album 'The Deer's Cry' in February.

The release garnered universal critical acclaim, with BBC 6 Music's Lauren Laverne describing it as "a really beautiful record".

Malojian will play five concerts in Nova Scotia this summer, including three shows at the prestigious folk festival 'Stanfest'

Tickets for the Crescent Arts Centre are available online.

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Support comes from Gypsy's Wish and Rhea Lyttle.

 

 

 

 

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