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Emilie Conway is an award winning Dublin born jazz singer whose stage debut was an impromptu session with Jon Hendricks and Kurt Elling in a Chicago club in 1999. She combines a love of melody with a feeling for the nuances of lyrics.

Frequently compared to Julie London, her diction is spot-on at every tempo and, with a straight-ahead style, she appeals not only to jazz fans but also to a more mainstream audience.

She released her debut album, “The Secret of a Rose,” in 2012 which was critically recommended and her second album “Dear World, Emilie Conway Sings Alec Wilder", in 2016.

She performs and tours with some of Ireland’s finest jazz musicians: Johnny Taylor, piano, Damian Evans, double bass, Dominic Mullan, drums and Brendan Doyle, saxophones.

When not touring, Emilie has a Friday night residency at the Wild Goose Grill, Ranelagh.

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Emilie Conway is a heart stealer with the voice of an angel, smooth, mellow, sincere and deeply connected to both music and lyrics. She is no imitator but has a fresh approach and a sound that lingers on.
Fionna Duncan, UK
A wonderful talent. Emilie Conway sings her songs from her heart. She really means what she sings
Sheila Jordan, USA
Star of the show is Conway’s voice
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Classic style
The Irish Times


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