Belfast Telegraph

Star's rare solo show sweet for fans of Sugarland

Kristian Bush (of Sugarland) Ulster Hall, Belfast Sunday, 8pm

This rare solo concert, as part of the Nashville in Belfast week, by Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Bush marks his first local performance since the 2013 BelNash Songwriters Festival.

With support from Brian Pounds, expect to hear hit Trailer Hitch and other songs from his 2015 solo debut Southern Gravity, plus some of Sugarland's popular songs.

For details, visit the box office on tel: 028 9033 4455 or at

Saint Sister

The Duncairn, Belfast

Tomorrow, 8.15pm

Another Nashville in Belfast gig, Saint Sister is the creation of Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty, whose music draws from early Celtic harp traditions, Sixties folk and electronic pop to create 'atmosfolk' - a mix of soulful vocal harmonies, dreamy synth and electro-acoustic harp.

Their song Tin Man was nominated for song of the year by the Choice Music Prize.

Visit for more details.


Island Arts Centre, Lisburn

Tomorrow, Saturday, 8pm

Having personally been invited to perform at Glastonbury by festival creator Micheal Eavis, Malojian (Stevie Scullion) has released four stunning solo albums and has collaborated with musical legends, including Steve Albini,producer of Nirvana, The Pixies and PJ Harvey.

However, it's Malojian's own voice and songs that sets him apart from the crowd and makes the performer a must-see.

For details, tel: 9250 9254 or go to

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