Malojian Tour Dates

Armed only with his father’s battered acoustic guitar and a collection of Neil Young LPs, Stevie Scullion began writing songs in his early teens. He spent the next few years making lo-fi home recordings on a 4-track tape machine, before forming acclaimed indie-folk act Cat Malojian in 2005. The band released two EPs followed by two albums and were invited by Gary Lightbody to support Snow Patrol at Ward Park, Bangor, in June 2010, a performance that saw them play to 46,000 people – the largest ever music audience in Northern Ireland.

With sold-out European tours and an abundance of critical acclaim, it seemed that Cat Malojian were on the verge of something special. However, in June 2011, midway through the recording of their third album, the band broke-up.

Embracing this newfound freedom, Stevie embarked on a solo career and soon found himself in the centre of a thriving Belfast music scene. After recruiting some of the city’s finest musicians, he has returned renamed, simply, Malojian.

Malojian tour dates listed on since Oct 2013.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Malojian. Were you there?

  • Anthony Toner / Malojian
    Ballymena, The Braid Arts Centre
  • Jason Lytle Malojian
    London, Bush Hall
  • Jason Lytle Malojian
    Glasgow, Stereo
  • Jason Lytle Malojian
    Newcastle upon Tyne, The Cluny & The Cluny 2
  • Jason Lytle Malojian
    Nottingham, Chameleon Arts Cafe
  • Joshua Burnside Ryan Vail, Malojian, Beauty Sleep
    Belfast, Elmwood Hall at Queens University
  • Malojian
    Bangor, Studio 1A
  • Malojian
    Ballymena, The Braid Arts Centre
  • Malojian
    Portaferry, Portico
  • Malojian Arborist, Holy Innocents, The Mad Dalton
    Belfast, EG Bar at The Eglantine Inn