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Acoustic solo performance by Lithuanian singer and songwriter NOJUS in CASTLEBLAYNEY

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Date posted: 2013-05-07 09:00

Saturday, May 4th, 8.30pm IONTAS,
CASTLEBLAYNEY (Conabury, Castleblayney, co.Monaghan)

Acoustic solo performance by Lithuanian singer/songwriter NOJUS.

Singer, guitarist and songwriter Darius Mileris NOJUS started his music career in 1988. He gained experience by playing in punk and metal bands before discovering an acoustic guitar. Darius is known as the guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the Lithuanian folkrock band AIRIJA, which he founded in 1992. He managed the big breakthrough with the band, which incorporated the sounds from the Irish folk fiddle. In 1995 AIRIJA was chosen as the best Lithuanian rock band of the year, they have a total of 5 albums recorded before breaking up in 2000. Darius continued to record and produce albums, performing as a solo artist under name NOJUS. Darius released 8 solo albums to date. New record "1Diena" out now on iTunes and CD at http://nojus.com/
Listen to the album http://soundcloud.com/nojus/sets/album-1diena

Nojus music style varies from acoustic bard music to folk rock with strong Irish and Baltic folklore influence. Strong melody is a key feature, lyrical side represents moody reality of life and hope for a better day.

All Ages. Admission €10/€12. Kids free. 10 to 18 years - €6.

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