Richard Hawley

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The year ends, and while you might think bands such as Manic Street Preachers (and others with over 35 years of a career under their belts) are little(...)

As an artist he has travelled a long way both geographically and metaphorically – so it makes sense that Declan O’Rourke’s seventh album should be cal(...)

Kerry-based and Wirral, Liverpool-born Laurie Shaw is easily one of the most prolific songwriters around – many albums have been self-released in the (...)

Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy brings songs from his new album, Office Politics, along with old favourites, to Dublin, Belfast and Cork

Saturday September 28 RIGHTEOUS VERSE Kennedy’s Bar, Dublin As part of the Dublin Arts & Human Rights Festival, this spoken-word and music event (...)

Bring booze. Bring more booze than you need. Do not arrive with a four-pack of Carling and decide, on an whim, to rinse through the host’s carefully curated craft beer collection

A decade ago, that monitor of good manners, the Telegraph, was already mourning the demise of the classic dinner party. Last year, Nigella Lawson, who(...)

Paddy Hanna has been a cult presence around Dublin city in a variety of bands and as a solo artist on the terrific Popical Island label, which is argu(...)

Molly King has grown up in and around Other Voices since the age of 10. She now works as head of development for the festival.

There aren’t many people these days who can say they grew up on the set of a music TV show. Molly King has grown up in and around Other Voices. Her pa(...)

Róisín Murphy “This has been the happiest  time of my life, and that’s all that matters”

When Róisín Murphy performed at London’s Royal Albert Hall with New Order in April this year for the Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity asked her what(...)

Having purged his yen for squally guitars on Standing at the Sky’s Edge (2012), Richard Hawley makes a return to the sumptuous, understated balladr(...)

 Imelda May, Glen Hansard and Roddy Doyle in Barrytown Meets MusicTown, a musical and literary celebration of Roddy Doyle’s ‘The Barrytown Trilogy’, at Vicar Street, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The diversity of Dublin’s music scene is being showcased through MusicTown the capital’s newest music festival which runs until April 19th.An eclecti(...)

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