"Doyle has made a reputation for herself in the music world with her ability to write lyrics that are deep, dark and from the heart."
The Newfoundland Herald

"Third Time is a charm for Damhnait Doyle, her 13-song, radio-friendly album entitled Davnet includes a pile of catchy numbers that will grab the attention of Sarah McLachlan-like fans."
The Record

"Davnet, titled after the phonetic pronunciation of her name, is her best work to date."
Fast Forward Magazine

"Another California Song is just one of the many fine cuts from Doyl'e independently released CD, Davnet."
The Calgary Sun

"Was that Damhnait Doyle singing backup for Tom Cochrane? I'm sorry, but that girl is gold, solid gold!"
The Gate

"Davnet is a raw, acoustic sounding collage of songs full of angst, heart-breakig stories and stellar songwriting."
The Newfoundland Herald

"Doyle's third full-length, is an extremely immediate, personal and moody folk-pop recording that recalls Lisa Germano in parts and Sarah Harmer in others."
The Calgary Sun

2003 saw damhnait independently release and receive six ECMA nominations for her third cd (dav-net) . . .

damhnait’s onstage charisma translates dramatically on this sophisticated, acoustic, roots/rock recording , with riveting vocals and mature, powerful writing. The full live sound was clearly captured by the record’s producer (and co-writer), Gordie Sampson, who showcased damhnait’s confident delivery and compelling creativity.

and support it with extensive touring including Bluebird North 2003, numerous Tom Cochrane tours and a trip to Kabul with Rick Mercer to perform for the troops.

damhnait’s high energy style and low-fi approach are perfectly blended in her live shows as she takes command of the house with humour, honesty and powerhouse performances. She has developed naturally on-stage and on-camera, through the release of her Juno-nominated “Shadows Wake Me” in 1997 and “Tattooed” in 2000. damhnait’s second recording piqued the curiously of a large, mixed international audience and was the recipient of four awards during the 2001 ECMA – Artist, Single, Song and Video.

She also became a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition and teamed up with friends and fellow singer-songwriters Kim Stockwood and Tara MacLean to form Shaye.

In the fall of 2003 Shaye released the bridge. First single “Happy Baby” instantly shot to the top of the A/C charts where it remains in 2004. The video went Top 20 at Much More Music and received an ECMA 2004 Nomination. Next single “On and On” is due out in February, spring and summer tour dates are being booked now.

damhnait doyle . . .

dynamic and innovative . . . emotional and intelligent . . .