The Lost Brothers

The Lost Brothers

Tuesday, 21 December 2021, 8.00pm

Lost Brothers return for their annual Winter performances at Solstice Arts Centre. These two nights are not to be missed!
Last year just as lockdown hit Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland released their critically acclaimed album “After The Fire After The Rain”. Now they will finally get to perform these songs in a live setting. Celebrated internationally for their song-craft and harmonies and with one half of the band being from Navan these shows will be memorable homecoming events.

Special Guests on Monday Dec 20 will be Dónal Lunny and Paddy Glackin.
Two legends of Irish music. Lunny is a founding member of The Bothy Band, Planxty, Moving Hearts and countless more seminal Irish Groups. Glackin, also a founding Bothy Band member, is a masterful musician who has woven important traditional music for decades. Two powerful performers whom together weave an unmissable spell. *Dec 20 only.

Special Guest on Tue December 21 will be Niamh Regan.
Galway artist and singer Niamh Regan released her remarkable album Hemet recently to huge acclaim. With a beautiful EP “In The Meantime” just recently unveiled her amazing vocal and astounding skill as a writer forge a timeless sound. Not to be missed. *Dec 21 only.

These shows sell-out fast so early booking is advised.

“Sublime” -The Guardian

“A duo at the top of their game” -The Sunday Times

“Best Albums of 2020”- The Irish Times

“Spellbinding” - NME

“The ability to make a large space feel very intimate indeed. Superb.” The Huffington Post

“The go-to band for an injection of quality.”- Tony Clayton Lea

“Simon and Garfunkel reborn in the desert.” - Uncut

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