196 Allen St.
New York, NY, 10002
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 9:15 PM
This event is 21 and over
LONELY PEOPLE follows on from her 2013 successful debut EP ROOTS which boasts an impressive set of stats for a debut release; charting at No.1 on the Irish iTunes chart, and No.15 in the main iTunes charts overall.
Orla’s fusion of dreamy and lo-fi tinged indie- pop, blended with her trademark summery vocals and heartfelt songwriting lends itself to the kind of crossover pop that appeals to a mass audience. Her online stats speak for themselves, with close to 11 million hits on Youtube, positioning her as a refreshingly credible One to Watch for 2015.
Her emotional delivery and genuine passion for songwriting have been embraced with Orla’s new 4 track EP which includes title track LONELY PEOPLE (produced by Andrew Maury; RAC, Panama Wedding). The end result being a raw and honest body of work, which shows wisdom beyond her years, full of energy and purpose.
With an impressive live plot to her name which includes support slots alongside Bastille, John Newman, Kodaline, Hudson Taylor and Gabrielle Aplin , Orla completed her first headline tour in the summer of 2013, selling out 5 dates across the UK. Early 2014 saw a 10 date tour for ROOTS, and a headline show in LA which sold out in 15 minutes of tickets going on sale.
The remainder of 2014 sees Orla complete her first US tour and SXSW debut, and an upcoming 10 date UK/Ireland tour culminating in London’s Islington Academy.
Olivia Millerschin is an 18-year-old, Rochester Hills, Mich., singer/songwriter/musician, who has toured nationally with musicians, such as Teddy Geiger, Tyler Hilton, Ryan Cabrera, Howie Day and Mike Mangione & The Union. Her indie pop/folk sound is reminiscent of a mix of Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles and Amy Winehouse. She plays the ukulele, piano and guitar and often performs as a solo, duo or with a full band. Olivia is also a finalist in the Detroit Music Awards for “Acoustic/Folk Vocalist” and “Acoustic/Folk Recording” for her debut album, “Yes. No. Maybe So.,” which was released in 2013. Her music has received praise from local and national radio and print music aficionados. Her debut album was listed #7 in annarbors107.one’s list of “Top 100 Albums of 2013,” and she was named a finalist in the “Rising Stars” category by the LA Music Critics Awards and in the list of “Stars to Watch” by Lemonade magazine.
She performs regularly at various venues, festivals, college campuses and charity events across the U.S., including City Winery and Shuba’s in Chicago, City Winery and Bareburger in NYC, House of Blues in LA, and The Ann Arbor Art Fair, Traverse City Film Festival and Mackinac Island, Mich., among others. She has performed at numerous charity events in support of Habitat for Humanity, Make-A-Wish, Ovarian Cancer, Teen Suicide Prevention and Christ Child House.
$12.00 - $15.00
General Admission; very limited seating || Tickets do not guarantee seats || *Please note, there is a one drink minimum for this show*