21st July 2013

Gates 5.30pm
Price : €35.00 (including booking fee)

ADDRESS

The Iveagh Gardens, Clonmel Street, Dublin 2

WEB

www.aikenpromotions.com

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Glen Hansard @ The Iveagh Gardens

Tickets on sale Thursday February 28th, 9.00am

“Glen Hansard is a gifted, emotive frontman who sings as if he must, with a heart on his sleeve that is constantly throbbing.” —The New York Times

Album - Rhythm and Repose  Out now (Plateau)

Glen Hansard is delighted to announce a date for Ireland in July in the leafy surrounds of the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin. Glen will be performing songs from his solo album Rhythm And Repose along with some Frame’s favourites, accompanied by an eleven piece band.

Glen’s recent Vicar Street shows in December recieved a fantastic reaction all round, with long sets, surprise special guests and excellent reviews to boot. He’s currently on tour in Europe with dates in Australia coming up across March. Later in the summer, Glen will be special guest to Bruce Springsteen at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on 27th July.

Since the release of his first solo album, Rhythm and Repose last year, Glen has been busy touring in both the US and Europe. Around the time of release, Once the musical, picked up 8 Tony Awards for the Broadway production in New York.

“High Hope” from the album is currently shortlisted for the Meteor Choice Music Prize Song of the Year 2012.
Best known for his work with The Frames, The Swell Season and in the feature film Once, for which he won an Academy Award, Rhythm and Repose is Hansard’s first album of new material since his 2009 release Strict Joy with The Swell Season.

Rhythm and Repose is a result of Hansard’s last year and a half of living in New York City. The album was recorded by Patrick Dillett (David Byrne, Arto Lindsay, Laurie Anderson) and produced by Thomas Bartlett (Doveman, The National, Antony and the Johnsons). The record features the musical talents of Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright) on bass, Ray Rizzo on drums, Nico Muhly and Rob Moose on strings (Bon Iver, Y Music), David Mansfield on slide guitar (Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Tour), Javier Mas (Leonard Cohen touring band) and half of Bruce Springsteen’s current horn section. Assisting on vocals are Cristin Milioti (Once, The Musical), Sam Amidon, Marketa Irglova and Aida Shahghasemi (Marketa Irglova touring band).  

In recent months Hansard has been seen in the documentary The Swell Season which has toured the film festival circuit this year, contributed two songs to the blockbuster soundtrack, The Hunger Games, and been active in the promotion of Once, The Musical which successfully opened on Broadway on March 18 to rave reviews, including the New York Times who explains, “what was always wonderful about ‘Once,’ its songs and its staging, has been magnified.”

In 2007, Glen and Czech songstress Markéta Irglová took home the Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Falling Slowly” off the Once soundtrack. Hansard and Irglová continued the success of Once with the 2009 release Strict Joy under the namesake of The Swell Season.

Ticket Information:

Tickets on sale Thursday February 28th at  9.00am, priced €35.00 (including booking fee) available from www.ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide.

Glen Hansard @ The Iveagh Gardens

21st July 2013

Gates 5.30pm
Price : €35.00 (including booking fee)

ADDRESS

The Iveagh Gardens, Clonmel Street, Dublin 2

WEB

www.aikenpromotions.com

Share

Tickets on sale Thursday February 28th, 9.00am

“Glen Hansard is a gifted, emotive frontman who sings as if he must, with a heart on his sleeve that is constantly throbbing.” —The New York Times

Album - Rhythm and Repose  Out now (Plateau)

Glen Hansard is delighted to announce a date for Ireland in July in the leafy surrounds of the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin. Glen will be performing songs from his solo album Rhythm And Repose along with some Frame’s favourites, accompanied by an eleven piece band.

Glen’s recent Vicar Street shows in December recieved a fantastic reaction all round, with long sets, surprise special guests and excellent reviews to boot. He’s currently on tour in Europe with dates in Australia coming up across March. Later in the summer, Glen will be special guest to Bruce Springsteen at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on 27th July.

Since the release of his first solo album, Rhythm and Repose last year, Glen has been busy touring in both the US and Europe. Around the time of release, Once the musical, picked up 8 Tony Awards for the Broadway production in New York.

“High Hope” from the album is currently shortlisted for the Meteor Choice Music Prize Song of the Year 2012.
Best known for his work with The Frames, The Swell Season and in the feature film Once, for which he won an Academy Award, Rhythm and Repose is Hansard’s first album of new material since his 2009 release Strict Joy with The Swell Season.

Rhythm and Repose is a result of Hansard’s last year and a half of living in New York City. The album was recorded by Patrick Dillett (David Byrne, Arto Lindsay, Laurie Anderson) and produced by Thomas Bartlett (Doveman, The National, Antony and the Johnsons). The record features the musical talents of Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright) on bass, Ray Rizzo on drums, Nico Muhly and Rob Moose on strings (Bon Iver, Y Music), David Mansfield on slide guitar (Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Tour), Javier Mas (Leonard Cohen touring band) and half of Bruce Springsteen’s current horn section. Assisting on vocals are Cristin Milioti (Once, The Musical), Sam Amidon, Marketa Irglova and Aida Shahghasemi (Marketa Irglova touring band).  

In recent months Hansard has been seen in the documentary The Swell Season which has toured the film festival circuit this year, contributed two songs to the blockbuster soundtrack, The Hunger Games, and been active in the promotion of Once, The Musical which successfully opened on Broadway on March 18 to rave reviews, including the New York Times who explains, “what was always wonderful about ‘Once,’ its songs and its staging, has been magnified.”

In 2007, Glen and Czech songstress Markéta Irglová took home the Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Falling Slowly” off the Once soundtrack. Hansard and Irglová continued the success of Once with the 2009 release Strict Joy under the namesake of The Swell Season.

Ticket Information:

Tickets on sale Thursday February 28th at  9.00am, priced €35.00 (including booking fee) available from www.ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide.

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