TV GUIDE: Catch up with all your favourite Irish music acts on The Imelda May Show

TV GUIDE: Catch up with all your favourite Irish music acts on The Imelda May Show

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COOL, sophisticated and quirky, London-based Irish songstress Imelda May has shared the stage with musical legends such as Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross, Bryan Ferry, The Supremes, Elvis Costello and Elton John.

And now her very own RTÉ show sees her catching up with major acts such as Kodaline, the Coronas, The Hothouse Flowers, Damien Dempsey, Bob Geldof and the Boomtown Rats and Lulu.

With a unique 50’s burlesque style, the incredibly talented Dublin singer/songwriter has been presenting her new six part summer show, filmed in front of a live studio audience.

A lively mixture of chat and live performances, the show is available exclusively to audiences abroad on RTÉ Player International.

The show features world renowned acts and of course Imelda May and Band, as well as great emerging Irish and international music talent.

International viewers can also view special extra clips, only available on RTÉ Player, featuring Delorentos, The Bionic Rats, Hothouse Flowers, Lost Bros, Kodaline, Cry Monster Cry, Ham Sandwich, Dublin Legends, The Academic, Mundy, SOAK, Big Boy Bloater, Camille O’Sullivan, Aldoc, Damien Dempsey and Lulu.

For a tongue-in-cheek look at Imelda, brought to you by the unique talent of Oliver Callan, enjoy this behind-the-scenes special interview with the star specially shot for the show...

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