Sinead O Connor

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It’s human nature to change your mind, but when that mind belongs to a musician, such changes can be viewed as whimsical, petulant, capricious or phar(...)

Sinead O’Connor: “I’ve no intention, nor ever had I of dishing the sexual dirt (it mostly wasn’t that interesting). I merely had to come up with a funny quote to attach with the press release for the book.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Celebrities with merely one autobiography are barely worthy of the name but Sinead O’Connor has now broken new ground by revising her memoirs before t(...)

Naomi Elster (left) and Lisa Burke, current editors of ‘HeadSpace’ magazine.

It’s a cool, stylised watercolour. A long-legged girl in a yellow minidress sits on a white box and leans forward, dangling a wedge-heeled sandal from(...)

The Real World label was founded by Peter Gabriel 25 years ago, just a few years after the establishment of the Womad Festival, and two years after th(...)

Ryan Adams: No Cure for the blues

HOZIER Do I Wanna Know? (Live at the BBC) ** Last week’s Ticket cover star Andrew Hozier-Byrne could not be enjoying a hotter streak right (...)

Clean living: former AIB trader John Rusnak in one of the laundries he now runs in Baltimore

For fans of extraordinary natural phenomena, Wednesday’s edition of The John Murray Show (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) provides an exciting spectacle, as(...)

On day three of Electric Picnic a middle-aged man with a trilby, patchwork waistcoat and bushy beard is telling his friend how he’s bearing up. “It(...)

Well-prepared festival-goers arrive with a pre-erected tent at the Electric Picnic music festival at Stradbally Hall in Co Laois today. Photograph: Reuters

A sell-out crowd of 40,000 people are heading for Stradbally this afternoon for the Electric Picnic. This is the 10th year of a festival whose (...)

Thirty years in the biz and Sinéad O’Connor is looking at the bigger picture: “I don’t write autobiographical songs any more, I write character son(...)

The boss: Sinéad O’Connor. Photograph: Donal Moloney

It’s a baking hot summer day, and off Pearse Street in Dublin, in a building above a bookmaker’s, Sinéad O’Connor is leaning out of a window, smoking.(...)

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