KIERAN GOSS collaborates with ANNIE KINSELLA on their debut duo album, ‘Oh, The Starlings’

KIERAN GOSS collaborates with ANNIE KINSELLA on their debut duo album, 'Oh, The Starlings'

Long hailed as one of Ireland’s leading songwriters and performers, Kieran Goss has collaborated with singer/songwriter Annie Kinsella on their debut duo album. Titled ‘Oh, The Starlings’, the record will be released worldwide on 1st March 2019.

Recorded in New York with eight-time Grammy winning engineer and mixer 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, it’s heartbreaking… the record itself feels like an old friend.”

Having already won the kinds of reviews that signal their elevation onto the international stage, Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella’s ‘Oh, The Starlings’ is a work of art with poetry and melody at its heart. While at times reminiscent of the great music of the 70s – Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell or Leonard Cohen – Goss and Kinsella have undeniably succeeded in creating something magnificently, uniquely theirs: an album that is both classic and modern, simple and multi-layered, quiet and dynamic.

To celebrate the launch of ‘Oh, The Starlings’ in Ireland, Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella return home following an extensive European tour to play four Irish shows in summer 2019:

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Friday 31st May 2019

NAUL, CO. DUBLIN / The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre

Box Office: +353 1 802 0898

www.tseac.ie

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Saturday 1st June 2019

CORK / Live At St. Luke’s

www.liveatstlukes.com

www.uticket.ie

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Saturday 8th June 2019

DERRY / The Playhouse

Box Office: +44 28 71 268027

www.derryplayhouse.co.uk

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Sunday 9th June 2019

BELFAST / Lyric Theatre

Box Office: +44 28 9038 1081

www.lyrictheatre.co.uk

 

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