Luke Clerkin – Album Fundraiser

Date: 01 Mar 2024
Time: 8pm (The Cellar)
Ticket Price: €13 BUY TICKET


Friday March 1st, 8pm, The Cellar

with Hannah McGinn


Join Luke Clerkin and Special Guest Hannah McGinn for an incredible evening of songs and stories to support the recording and release of his long awaited debut album, ‘Orpheus’.

‘Clerkin has a knack for catchy lyrics, using endlessly relatable themes and uplifting vocal tones.’ HotPress

‘Clerkin displays his ability to present sweet melodies and heartfelt songwriting through a lush blend of genres’ Indie Buddie‘Clerkin has transformed my playlist from conventional to extraordinary’ Otherside ReviewsKnown for his euphoric live performances, deep and infectious music, and his extraordinary work ethic, Luke Clerkin is a two time Sports and Cultural Council Song-Writing competition winning singer-songwriter. His music has gained international airplay and support, whilst also topping the Irish Singer Songwriter Charts on multiple occasions. Luke is known mostly for playing over 250 gigs in 2015, as a way of honing his craft. Since then he has headlined famous Dublin venues such as Whelan’s, The Workman’s Club, and The Button Factory. His music has brought him all over the world, with multiple tours of Germany, as well as festival slots in America, The UK, and Ireland.Luke had an incredible 2023, with sold out shows across Ireland and the UK , as well as multiple summer festival appearances. His live EP ‘Live From The Library’ was also released to critical acclaim. 2024 is set to be an even busier year with the release of his debut album, ‘Orpheus’ due to happen in October. So, come out and show your support for this incredible independent singer songwriter on this next step of his musical journey.


Hannah McGinn grew up in Dublin and began writing music at 17. Characterized by a mellow vocal accompanied by a soft cascade of finger picked acoustic guitar, a stripped-back live performance style serves as the catalyst for Hannah’s honest lyrical style. Inspired by the minimalist folk aesthetics of Adrianne Lenker, and Leith Ross, while also channeling strong elements of Tascam 4-track era Elliot Smith, Hannah is set to join Dublin’s long list of captivating and honest songwriters.