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A Rare Songstress in today’s music with her extraordinary talent. The freshness and versatility she brings to her music is amazing.

Danielle Holian (Pure M) 

“Imelda's song writing is of top quality and it's for that reason that the album can be listened to over and over and over and you will keep picking up on bits you hadn't noticed the 37 times before.”

Dave McMahon (Bayview Sounds) 

‘I can’t explain how refreshing the album sounds without all the bells and whistles that often accompany a new release. This gives focus on Imelda’s voice and the subtle simplicity of the arrangements. You don’t need bells and whistles with a voice so honest and songs so beautifully classic in their arraignment. This album really did stop me in my tracks, and I am thankful for it. How To Be Human will pull you away from where you are and place you in its very own moment.’

Bobby Green, ( 15th May 2018

Imelda Kehoe is that rare thing: a singer of remarkable subtlety and emotional resonance who also writes songs that act as touchstones everyone can grasp.  Her voice is of the folk tradition but it also brings a freshness and vitality that is both exciting, compelling and all her own.  Imelda's songs are distinctive, delicate powerhouses: leaping genres effortlessly, they often embrace unusual time signatures and challenging melodic structures, while managing to appear deceptively simple. She is something very special.’

Shane Dunphy, Writer, Musician, Journalist.


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