David Hull Promotions presents Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella: ‘Oh The Starlings’

Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella: ‘Oh The Starlings’
Fri 13 Mar 2020
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€23/20 conc.

Time

8pm

Veteran Irish songwriter Kieran Goss and singer Annie Kinsella released their debut duo album 'Oh, the Starlings’ in March 2019. Goss has long been considered one of Ireland’s greatest songwriters. Together with singer and artist Annie Kinsella, who has joined him onstage on his recent tours, they have enchanted audiences with their live performances and won rave reviews. Recorded in New York in Spring 2018 with eight time Grammy winning engineer Kevin Killen at the helm (David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, U2, Elvis Costello), ‘Oh, The Starlings’ has been described by songwriter Rodney Crowell as: 'So good, it¹s heartbreaking... The record itself feels like an old friend.'

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With songs, stories and harmonies that transport the listener to another world, this is music from the heart, for the heart. “‘Oh, The Starlings’ is a thing of quiet beauty.” Folk and Tumble

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