Sara Ryan and her band will launch the album 'Breathe' at Whale Theatre in Greystones on Saturday, September 21.
Support on the night will be from singer-songwriter Ava McKechnie who is a transition year student at Temple Carrig in Greystones.
Sara is from Newbridge in Kildare and now sings out of Cork City.
Armed with her lyrical blend of emotional honesty, self-awareness and societal reflection, Sara is driven by a perceptive and rebellious spirit. Sara's soft and smooth but soulful vocal styling, supported by beautifully crafted melodies, invites the listener to stay tuned for the electrifying sound and next insightful rhyme.
Following the success of her debut single 'Belle' which won her acclaim and recognition as 'Best New Comer' on Dublin City FM, 'Belle' being 'Best New Single', Sara was then crowned 'New Folk Artist of the Year' at the prestigious Irish Folk Music Awards.
Playing to over two thousand people this past summer extensively touring her Debut EP 'Glitter Skies', Sara thrilled audiences throughout the country.
Sara's star continues to rise as she builds an ever increasing strong and enthusiastic support, touring with Mick Flannery, Jack L, John Spillane and Luka Bloom.
"I've known Sara since her childhood,' said Christy Moore. 'It's been a joy to witness her young career, to hear her songwriting develop and her singing mature.
'This young lady has a huge career ahead of her.'
Tickets are €15 or €10 concession and available at whaletheatre.ie