An Intimate Evening with Dana Masters Trio, Sugar Club Dublin
Feb
9
8:00pm 8:00pm

An Intimate Evening with Dana Masters Trio, Sugar Club Dublin

THE SUGAR CLUB PRESENTS

Dana Masters

** Rescheduled date from Nov 17th 2016 ** all tickets purchased remain valid **

Originally from the Deep South in the United States, Dana grew up with sound of soul, rhythm and blues
and gospel music all around her. Her love for music developed as she grew up and lead her to study music,
majoring in vocal performance at university. Music took Dana from South Carolina to Minneapolis and then
onto Los Angeles where she lived for four years and where she met an Irish boy who would later become
her husband. In 2008 Dana and her husband moved to Northern Ireland.

Although she sang sporadically, music generally took a back seat while Dana settled into life in a new
country and culture. That all changed in early 2012 when Dana had a chance meeting with Linley Hamilton
at a local music venue.  During that year Dana, Linley and some of the best Jazz musicians playing in Ireland
began a weekly residency in the basement of McHugh’s bar in Belfast, the inspiration for Dana’s first EP.
From live work with BBC Radio 4 and Proms in the Park to singing regularly with Van Morrison, Dana’sreputation as one of Ireland’s top vocalists continues to gain momentum.

 

Calling Northern Ireland home, Dana is passionate about music as a vehicle to make people and
communities vibrant. Dana and her husband Andrew live in Lisburn with their three children.
Dana Masters launched her debut original soul EP at a SOLD OUT concerts at The MAC in Belfast last April
and just last Thursday performed to another sell out audience at the Open House Festival in Bangor.

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Dana Masters + Full Band, Marine Court Hotel - Bangor County Down
Feb
5
8:00pm 8:00pm

Dana Masters + Full Band, Marine Court Hotel - Bangor County Down

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Creating good vibes ... making great music

Fully seated // Bar available

Doors 7.30pm // Show 8pm

Open House Festival is hitting the road again – with thanks to support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. After an amazing performance in Bangor’s beautiful Walled Garden during our festival in August, we are delighted that Dana Masters and her band will be joining us as we embark on our third annual Open House Festival road trip around Northern Ireland. Very special guest is local musician, Alana Henderson.

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Dana Masters + Full Band Live Portrush Town Hall
Feb
4
8:00pm 8:00pm

Dana Masters + Full Band Live Portrush Town Hall

  • portrush town hall, Northern Ireland (map)
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Creating good vibes… making great music

Open House Festival is hitting the road again – with thanks to support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. After an amazing performance in Bangor’s beautiful Walled Garden during our festival in August, we are delighted that Dana Masters will be joining us as we embark on our third annual Open House Festival road trip around Northern Ireland. Very special guest is local musician, Alana Henderson.

Dana Masters is an extraordinary singer. Originally from the Deep South in the United States, she grew up with the sounds of soul, rhythm and blues and gospel music all around her. Music took Dana from South Carolina to Los Angeles, where she met an Irish boy who would later become her husband. Since moving to Northern Ireland, Dana has performed on BBC Radio 4 and at Proms in the Park, and regularly sings with some of the finest musicians in this country including Van Morrison and Linley Hamilton. She will perform with her full band, and her repertoire will include original compositions as well as soul and jazz classics. Dana released her EP, Crossing Lines, earlier this year.

Alana Henderson is an Irish singer-songwriter-cellist from County Tyrone whose sound fuses her folk roots with pop sensibility. In 2014, Alana was invited by Irish star Hozier to join him on his worldwide tour as featured cellist, vocalist and occasional support act. Alana is now back on home ground and is working on material for her debut album which she plans to release in early/mid 2017.

This special line-up will visit unusual and beautiful venues in coastal towns and the capital, including the renovated and refurbished Newcastle Community Cinema, the B1 listed Victorian Town Hall in Portrush101 Donegall Street, Belfast (a working church and a listed building), finishing on Bangor seafront at the Marine Court Hotel.

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Dana Masters + Full Band, 101 Donegall Street, Belfast
Feb
3
8:00pm 8:00pm

Dana Masters + Full Band, 101 Donegall Street, Belfast

Creating good vibes… making great music

Open House Festival is hitting the road again – with thanks to support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. After an amazing performance in Bangor’s beautiful Walled Garden during our festival in August, we are delighted that Dana Masters will be joining us as we embark on our third annual Open House Festival road trip around Northern Ireland. Very special guest is local musician, Alana Henderson.

Dana Masters is an extraordinary singer. Originally from the Deep South in the United States, she grew up with the sounds of soul, rhythm and blues and gospel music all around her. Music took Dana from South Carolina to Los Angeles, where she met an Irish boy who would later become her husband. Since moving to Northern Ireland, Dana has performed on BBC Radio 4 and at Proms in the Park, and regularly sings with some of the finest musicians in this country including Van Morrison and Linley Hamilton. She will perform with her full band, and her repertoire will include original compositions as well as soul and jazz classics. Dana released her EP, Crossing Lines, earlier this year.

Alana Henderson is an Irish singer-songwriter-cellist from County Tyrone whose sound fuses her folk roots with pop sensibility. In 2014, Alana was invited by Irish star Hozier to join him on his worldwide tour as featured cellist, vocalist and occasional support act. Alana is now back on home ground and is working on material for her debut album which she plans to release in early/mid 2017.

This special line-up will visit unusual and beautiful venues in coastal towns and the capital, including the renovated and refurbished Newcastle Community Cinema, the B1 listed Victorian Town Hall in Portrush101 Donegall Street, Belfast (a working church and a listed building), finishing on Bangor seafront at the Marine Court Hotel.

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Dana Masters + Full band Live Newcastle Community Cinema, County Down
Feb
2
8:00pm 8:00pm

Dana Masters + Full band Live Newcastle Community Cinema, County Down

  • Newcastle Community Cinema, County Down (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Creating good vibes… making great music

Open House Festival is hitting the road again – with thanks to support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. After an amazing performance in Bangor’s beautiful Walled Garden during our festival in August, we are delighted that Dana Masters will be joining us as we embark on our third annual Open House Festival road trip around Northern Ireland. Very special guest is local musician, Alana Henderson.

Dana Masters is an extraordinary singer. Originally from the Deep South in the United States, she grew up with the sounds of soul, rhythm and blues and gospel music all around her. Music took Dana from South Carolina to Los Angeles, where she met an Irish boy who would later become her husband. Since moving to Northern Ireland, Dana has performed on BBC Radio 4 and at Proms in the Park, and regularly sings with some of the finest musicians in this country including Van Morrison and Linley Hamilton. She will perform with her full band, and her repertoire will include original compositions as well as soul and jazz classics. Dana released her EP, Crossing Lines, earlier this year.

Alana Henderson is an Irish singer-songwriter-cellist from County Tyrone whose sound fuses her folk roots with pop sensibility. In 2014, Alana was invited by Irish star Hozier to join him on his worldwide tour as featured cellist, vocalist and occasional support act. Alana is now back on home ground and is working on material for her debut album which she plans to release in early/mid 2017.

This special line-up will visit unusual and beautiful venues in coastal towns and the capital, including the renovated and refurbished Newcastle Community Cinema, the B1 listed Victorian Town Hall in Portrush101 Donegall Street, Belfast (a working church and a listed building), finishing on Bangor seafront at the Marine Court Hotel.

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