Glasgow based singer-songwriter CARAGH has been immersed in music her entire life. Earning her stripes in church choirs and choral societies, singing in the iconic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris before embarking on a career as a singer-songwriter. In 2019 Caragh's track ‘Twenty Years’ was shortlisted for the Stewart Cruickshank’s Songwriting Bursary, making the final ten and was featured on BBC Scotland Iain Anderson Show.
Since releasing her debut single ‘Leave A Light On’ in March 2020, Caragh has been featured on BBC radio and local radio throughout Scotland. Fusing ambient soundscapes with poetic lyrics and memorable melodies, the end result is enchanting, engaging and enigmatic.
As well as a singer-songwriter in her own right, Caragh has performed alongside Eoghan Colgan at the O2 Wireless Festival in London and Grazia Magazine Awards in 2007.
In 2008 Caragh performed at the Wickerman Festival and in 2011 she performed at the legendary King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow.
Her vocals have been featured on electro track ‘Haptic’ by Modifier and nominated for Best Electronic Track award at the 2017 Production Music Awards UK.
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