Antrim singer-songwriter Malojian is set to play a high-profile gig in Belfast on Saturday, November 23.
.Malojian - known off-stage as Stevie Scullion - will be performing at The Belfast Barge in what will be the worldwide launch of his debut album The Deer's Cry.
Held in association with roots and acoustic promoters Real Music Club, the gig kicks off a busy period for Stevie, who will next year support Teenage Fanclub legend Norman Blake's new band The New Mendicants.
Stevie will also be playing an Irish tour supporting US singer Dar Williams.
Malojian's music has become increasingly recognisable to fans around the UK in recent months after significant airplay on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 6 Music, with tunes attracting praise from the likes of Lauren Laverne and Fun Lovin Criminals singer Huey Morgan.
Malojian's album is officially available on January 27, 2014 following a low-key self-release that has helped the singer build a local following.
A limited number of vinyl copies of the album will be available at the Belfast Barge show. A few tickets remain available and can be bought here.