Grainne Duffy: Wunderbar Weite Welt in Eppstein

Gráinne Louica Duffy is an Irish singer-songwriter from Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. All Access Magazine described her music as a "powerhouse of soul and inspiration mixed with desire and passion".[1] Her Success has led her to play 3 days on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2008, UK.[2] and Blues on the Bay Festival 2008 in Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland, which has been twice headlined by Van Morrison.[3] Grainne Duffy has opened for many major acts including Robben Ford,[4] Dino Baptiste,[5] Shawn Jones[6] and The Yardbirds.[7] Her tracks have also made it on many BBC Radio Ulster playlists including Alan Simpson's Playlist,[8] Late Show with Cherrie[9] as well as the blog of BBC Presenter Stuart Bailie.[10] Grainne Duffy has also been asked to record Oleta Adams' Get Here if you Can for the BBC in George Martin's renowned Air Studios in London.

Grainne Duffy @ Wunderbar Weite Welt in Eppstein