With a voice that is aptly described as 'smoky' and a style that straddles folk, soul and roots, Irish songstress Sabrina Dinan has gathered a small but dedicated fanbase in her native land with a combination of cutting, heartfelt lyrics, intricate guitar work and a compelling voice.
Originally from Ennis, she now calls Galway home. She worked for years at the city's prominent King's Head pub, the experience of which inspired a track on 2006's EP 'The Bondi Hotel'. As… read more
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