Derina Harvey Band
Derina Harvey Band

Celtic Rock sensation heads to Aiken just ahead of St. Paddy’s Day

The Derina Harvey Band, also known as dHb, will bring humor and Irish folk songs to Aiken just in time fort St. Patrick’s Day.

The award-winning ​Celtic Rock-sensation will perform at 7:30 p.m. March 14 and 15 at Aiken’s Amentum Center for the Performing Arts, according to a news release from the Alison South Marketing. The group will perform as part of the Aiken Performing Arts’ season.

“Derina’s vibrant personality takes center stage with humor, storytelling and her world class
vocals, with a show that offers fresh takes on traditional folk songs as well as original material.
 dHb has been ​likened to a ‘rockier’ version of Canada’s Great Big Sea​,​ if fronted by Adele​, and
has earned a reputation as a ​high-energy live show​ that leaves many an audience out-of-breath
and hollering from their seats!” the release said.

dHb released their latest album, “Waves of Home,” in June, 2023, and it was received
amazingly by their global fan base. The band enjoys a huge wave of online followers from
across the globe – a following that exploded when their recording of Tom Lewis’ “The Last
Shanty” was used in thousands of videos on TikTok, introducing the band to a new generation
of listeners and skyrocketing streams to more than 70 million. The band’s dedication to touring
across Canada has not gone unnoticed in their home region of Atlantic Canada – they are
nominated for a 2024 East Coast Music Award in the “Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the Year”
category, the release said.

Tickets are $50 and are available by called (803) 648-1438 or by visiting

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