AN Irish female singer, songwriter and musician will perform at a Whitby coffee shop next month.
ODi manages to blend elements of Joan Armatrading’s pathos, Beth Orton’s eye for the quirky and deep with a touch of Dido’s bed-sit romance to produce her own unique, captivating sound.
She will be joined for the gig by Dave Redfearn on guitar and harmonica.
The gifted singer’s debut album Maslow’s Songbook was recorded with producer Karl Odlum (Fionn Regan, The Frames, David Kitt).
The album encapsulates ODi’s stunning voice, songs and lyrics set to a range of beautiful musical landscapes featuring contributions from Colm Mac Con Iomaire (The Frames / Swell Season) and Rónán Ó Snodaigh (Kíla).
Audience members can expect to hear many of the tracks which feature on the album.
Along the way she has been invited to support the likes of Paddy Casey, The Four Of Us, Brian Kennedy and Tom Baxter and most recently by the Emerging Icons stage to play at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
They will perform on Saturday 13 April at 8pm.
Tickets can be bought in advance by calling Jim on (01947) 603475.