Inni-K was one of the featured artists on RTÉ Radio 1 Arena's live broadcast at the Pepper Canister church, in Dublin, back in January. That special night, in front of a live audience of Arena listeners, launched the annual Temple Bar Trad Fest.

A singer, a multi-instrumentalist and a songwriter, Inni-K was named by RTE.ie  as one of ten fierce women defining Irish culture.

Her second album, The Hare and the Line, was released on Friday, March 1st. And the Arena team was delighted to welcome her back to the show, this time for a session in Studio 8, on Wednesday, March 13.

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Watch a video from that session above, where Inni-K and her band (Brian Walsh on drums and Caimin Gilmore on double bass) perform the title track of the album, The Hare and the Line. This video was directed by Stephen Patrick Allen, and sound recording for RTE was by Damien Chennells.

Inni-K is on tour around Ireland throughout the month of April - you can find full details here, and listen back to the full Arena session and interview by following this link.