Lisa & Mossy enjoyed meeting Miriam O’Callaghan on her program on RTÉ Radio 1 yesterday morning. You can listen in here to Croppy Boy & Come Sit Sing.
We are so pleased to announce that Lisa will be supporting Matthew E. White on these UK & European dates next month. Tickets are available now via the links in the tour section (Lisa will not be supporting Matthew’s Amsterdam show on the 22nd).
14th – Glasgow – Óran Mor
15th – Leeds – Brudenell
16th – Manchester – Gorilla
17th – Gateshead – Sage Hall 2
18th – Liverpool – Leaf
19th – Bristol – Marble Factory
20th – London – Village Underground (sold out)
21st – London – Village Underground
23rd – Brussels – AB Club
24th – Hamburg – Nochtspeicher
25th – Berlin – BiNuu
27th – Frankfurt – Brotfabrik
28th – Duesseldorf – Zakk
29th – Munich – Kranhalle
Later this month, Lisa will perform at the The Douglas Hyde Gallery at Trinity College on March 27th. Ain’t Saint John will support. 7pm. €12.50, all seated tickets can be booked by calling the Gallery at 01 896 1116. This performance is in conjunction with the Rose Wylie exhibit now on display. Read more here….
We are very pleased to announce that Lisa O’Neill will be performing in the Douglas Hyde Gallery on March 27th. Following on from the success of concerts by Cat Power, Sufjan Stevens, Nina Nastasia, Jandek, and Josephine Foster, Irish folk artist Lisa O’Neill will be the next singer-songwriter to play in the Gallery’s unique and intimate atmosphere.
Highly regarded for her distinctive blend of traditional stylings with witty and incongruous observations on modern life, her live performances are both cheerful and visceral. For that reason, the current exhibition of large, forceful, and defiant paintings by Rose Wylie will provide a fitting backdrop. Having released two well-acclaimed albums in recent years, Lisa O’Neill is currently working on a third, which we very much look forward to hearing.
We also look forward to welcoming Ain’t Saint John, the Wexford-born singer, songwriter and piano player, chosen by Lisa O’Neill as her support act. His debut EP Grow Yourself was released last year, a mix of folk and Americana inspired in no small part by the natural beauty of his childhood home looking out over the Saltee Islands.