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Eilidh (pronounced I-Lee) is a warm, engaging performer of startling clarity.  With songs that cut straight to the heart, delightfully accurate guitar playing and crystal clear vocals, Eilidh immediately connects with audiences everywhere.  In recent years, she has performed in the States, the UK and in Europe.  Eilidh's relaxed stage presence invites the listener to sit back and enjoy her unique take on life and love.  She recently celebrated the release of her new album 'Sunshine' with an autumn tour across NI and in Scotland.  Eilidh is currently in the studio recording an album of faith songs based on her personal spiritual journey, due for release in 2019.

Sunshine Reviews

"A very impressive release from the Northern Ireland star....her vocals wrap around you like a blanket in winter...she sounds better than ever." - Maverick Magazine  (Read full review HERE)

"Eilidh shows a real talent for capturing a hook and melody to match her beautiful vocals and engaging words. In the days of singles and radio charts, the title track would have featured as a prime example of how to deliver a hit. This is a very strong comeback statement and one that merits your attention." - Lonesome Highway (Read full review HERE)

“The voice is pure, the vibe is positive and the songs are the strongest she’s ever written. Every tune will put a smile on your face and lift your heart. If you’re looking for a little warmth and happiness come on in. This is the album for you.” - Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster

"Sunshine is absolutely gorgeous!  Eilidh's voice is velvet and the songs are fantastic.  I love it!" - Beth Nielsen Chapman

CHRISTMAS SALE! (Offer ends 15th Dec)

Any 2 albums: £15

Any 3 albums: £20

One of each - Eilidh's 4-CD collection: £25

Get in quick to avail of this once-a-year offer on Eilidh's entire music collection!  Once you've made your purchase on Paypal, remember to email info@eilidhpatterson.com with the album titles you wish to buy, and let Eilidh know if you'd like them signed for someone in particular too!  Here's a reminder of all the CD titles:

When The Time Comes (full length album, released 2009)

This Is Now (full length album, released 2011)

Grown Ups Need Lullabies Too (6-track EP, released 2015 )

Sunshine (full length album, released 2018)

Email info@eilidhpatterson.com with album titles you wish to buy

Autumn 2018 Tour Dates

Fri 28th Sept @ The Old Courthouse, ANTRIM (w/ Yvonne Lyon)

Sat 29th Sept @ Flowerfield Arts Centre, PORTSTEWART (w/ Yvonne Lyon)

Sun 30th Sept @ Marketplace Theatre, ARMAGH (w/ Yvonne Lyon)

Fri 5th Oct @ Foyle Folk Club, DERRY (with members of the Foyle Folk Club playing support)

Thur 11th Oct @ McNeill Theatre, LARNE (solo show)

Thur 18th Oct @ Black Box, BELFAST (album launch w/Anthony Toner & John McCullough + special guests)

Fri 23rd Nov @ Portico of Ards, PORTAFERRY (double headline show with Ruth Trimble)

Visit the LIVE page for ticket details and further information on all gigs.


Summer 2018: SUNSHINE - OUT NOW!

Eilidh is delighted to announce the arrival of her new album, Sunshine.  Recorded earlier this year with award-winning engineer Sandy Jones at Foundry Music Lab, Motherwell, Scotland; Eilidh is releasing this new collection of songs 7 years after her last album, This Is Now.  Featuring Eilidh on the ukelele, the title track 'Sunshine' is an upbeat summer anthem already adopted by Derry's BBC Radio Foyle as "the song of the summer".  Other highlights include 'A Good Day' (featuring Cup O' Joe), and a brand new version of 'When I Don't Feel Like Singing Anymore' with Yvonne Lyon on backing vocals and Ron Block on guitar.  A sparkling offering from start to finish, this album showcases Eilidh at her finest as writer, singer and for the first time, co-producer.

No. of albums

LIVE videos

When I Don't Feel Like Singing Anymore

A Good Day

 

Bookings / Enquiries

Email:  info@eilidhpatterson.com