Fia Moon’s star is rising
If it weren’t for a certain pesky virus, the talented Irish R&B artist would be gathering fame and fortune on the tour circuit right now. Instead, she’s taking her music online in generous collaborative projects
Artists often say that success often comes from being in the right place at the right time. Music is a notoriously insular industry, and Irish pop and R&B artist Fia Moon will be the first to tell you of the value of luck when starting your career.
“When I was doing my economics degree, I was playing cover gigs in pubs in Dublin,” she says. “When I graduated I moved to London because...
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