Irish folk Artist Lou McMahon of Co. Clare, Ireland is releasing her music video for “A River” in support of her upcoming EP titled Delicate Dancer. Along with the video, is a short documentary on how the video came to fruition with the chance meeting of Canadian Director Paul André Fortin. The upcoming EP, which is scheduled for release January 3, 2017 has a track titled “Wide Eyed Lady” featuring celebrated musician and fellow Irishman Terry Woods of The Pogues as Producer.
McMahons vocals are as angelic and pure as her Irish roots. She follows in the footsteps of Irish leading ladies like Nina Persson of The Cardigans and Dolores O’Roirdan of The Cranberries but with a stronger deep contemporary folk delivery. Ireland has embraced the Music of McMahon by publishing one of her songs on the Award-Winning compilation “The Ultimate Guide to Irish Folk”. The Apprentice, a national Irish TV show featured McMahons performance of “A River”. The song was selected to be the first track on their music compilation that was distributed with the Irish Mail newspaper. Her music has been accepted on national radio stations like Dublin City FM, BBC radio, RTE Radio and more. Besides The Apprentice, McMahon has performed live on National televisions shows like An Samhradh Linn and Ireland AM.
McMahon is now focusing on capturing U.S. audiences by enticing them with the release of “A River” music video as well as “A River Documentary” which details the story behind the song and the footage.
It shows a unique insight to the shy, tender and emotional persona that is Louise “Lou” McMahon, songwriter, musician and performer. You can download a free copy of “A RIVER” now though Dec 15th, FREE DOWNLOAD.