David Kitt to perform at Katie Daly's

By Esther Hayden

David Kitt
David Kitt

There is a treat in store for music lovers this week as singer David Kitt returned to the Cellar Bar at Katie Daly's on Friday, August 21 at 9pm.

Kitt is back with a phenomenal solo show introducing old classics and new belters ahead of his eagerly awaited solo album, due out in 2016.

He will be joined on stage by Margie Lewis at various stages throughout the performance and this electric pair will belt out some old, some new and some borrowed classics. David Kitt who hails from Dublin broke the music scene when he released his debut album Small Moments, which he recorded in his bedroom.

Boris Ivanoff and Daragh Kelly, owners of Katie Daly's, said: 'The staff and ourselves are really excited about David Kitt performing again in the Cellar Bar. David is a fantastic Irish musician and we are delighted to have him perform here in Katie Daly's. This gig is the first of many planned for Katie Daly's over the next few months.'

There are limited tickets available, priced at €15 each, from Katie Daly's.

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