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    Áine Tyrrell - Eudlo Hall Show

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    Peace Run Records is proud to present the one and only Áine Tyrrell on her People Like Me and You Tour on Saturday 1 June at Eudlo Hall. This show is a testament to resilience and hope born out of Áine's own remarkable journey from the West Coast of Ireland to the East Coast of Australia. Escaping a decade of domestic violence with her three children, Áine redefined her narrative from victimhood to triumph to find healing and beauty amidst adversity forging her own path on these red dust roads in her 1966 Bedford Bus. If you haven't witnessed Áine in concert, she is one of the most exciting artists currently touring Australia and has a fierceness of spirit yet a lightness in her step that makes for an incredible live show. She will be supported by local songstress Sue Ray who will be opening the show with her gorgeous original tunes from 7.20pm. Doors will open at 6.30pm at tickets are $30 entry. Light food and refreshments including a licensed bar will be available thanks to the Eudlo Hall volunteer committee.

    People Like Me and You

    Áine's latest single aims to create a community focused on prevention through to recovery, spreading a message of resilience and empowerment. From playing at Splendour In The Grass to standing on stage, Áine's story inspires us to thrive despite hardships, reminding us that if she can, so can we.

    “The inspiration for this song hit as the gravity of the moment taking to the much coveted Splendour In The Grass stage. I experienced a sea of emotions, thinkinh of what I had battled to get here, gratitude for the audiences experience with the songs I was singing, and awe of seeing People just like me who had been through so much rising to the music” – Áine

    With new music and art, Áine invites you to be part of this transformative journey, forging change and raising awareness step by step. Her live show poignantly delivers a moving set relevant to our times that journey us through three epochs from Truth, Healing and Rising giving the audience a diverse palate of feelings as the music genres she so seamlessly blends.

    “After a long 4.5 years in-between albums, so much has happened in my life and the world, and I am bursting at the seams, excited to release new music and art that came from this pivotal time - finally! Ye are all used to me forging my own path, and this album is no exception. It's a testament to my integrity, power, hope and love. We're not just releasing music; we're shifting things, making change, once step at a time. We're on a mission to raise awareness, having fun while we do it.

    And we want you there with us!”

    Join her as she rebels against being just another statistic, creating space for stories like hers, and spreading a message of hope to all who have faced adversity.

    Please note that refunds are available  up to 1 day before the event but if you miss the show due to illness and would like to attend a different Peace Run Records concert in exchange we can arrange this, please contact us at

    Sue Ray

     Sue Ray is a proud Gamilaraay woman with her own authentic country/blues and roots sound, a smoky rich voice and a dynamic performances. Winner of three Qmusic awards in the categories of Blues’n’Roots, Indigenous and World Folk, Sue is often compared to artists like Chris Stapleton, Kasey Chambers and Laney Wilson. A crowd favourite at events, Sue delivers the full package. Wielding her harmonica with reckless abandon, her set seamlessly moves from catchy foot stomping tunes through to delicate heartbreaking tear jerkers. Sue loves to get an audience up dancing with her banter and crowd participation often a highlight of her shows.

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    Refunds are available up to 1 day prior to the event