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The Cluny presents:

Keywest

Details

  • Date: Sat 29 Mar 2025
  • Venue: The Cluny
  • Advance tickets: £22.50
  • Doors: 7:30pm
  • Age restrictions: 16+

Keywest is a dynamic Irish band that started as street performers in Dublin, captivating audiences with their folk rock sound and magnetic stage presence. Their passion for music has taken them to performing on the streets of many cities around the world, including Los Angeles and most major cities in the UK. Their talent and hard work have not gone unnoticed and have earned them a loyal following, resulting in an impressive record of 9 number one singles, 3 number one albums, and 3 nominations in the Irish Music Awards. With a platinum disc under their belt, Keywest has become a household name in Ireland, selling out tours across Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Even After achieving great commercial success in the Irish music industry, Keywest has always remained true to their roots as buskers. Their early beginnings as street performers in Dublin have had a profound impact on their music and their approach to their craft. The band’s unique sound, which blends rock, pop, and folk influences, has its roots in the raw and organic energy of street performances.

Despite their growing popularity, Keywest has continued to busk on occasion, returning to the streets where it all began. This not only keeps them grounded and connected to their fans, but also allows them to experiment with new sounds and connect with new audiences. Busking has always been a fundamental part of Keywest’s identity, and they have used it to maintain a strong connection with their fans and stay true to their roots.

Their music is a powerful blend that is both unique and universally appealing, born on the street and delivered with infectious energy to keep people’s attention.

“Keywest’s stage presence was electric, with their infectious energy and catchy melodies making it impossible to stand still.” – The Irish Times

“Keywest’s live shows are a masterclass in how to engage an audience. From start to finish, they had the crowd in the palm of their hand.” – Hot Press

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