|Show Time||Ticket Price||Booking Fee|
|8pm||€20, 4 for €70||€1 per ticket|
The Lost Brothers are Irish musical duo Mark McCausland and Oisin Leech, formerly of The Basement and The 747s.
Their cabin in the woods–style folk music is built on whispering harmonies, deft acoustic fingerpicking and wispy melodies that comfortably fit next to the Simon and Garfunkel or Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy corner of your record collection.
Their recently released 5th album “Halfway Towards A Healing” has received widespread critical acclaim (4 stars in Mojo, 4 stars in Uncut, 4 stars in Q, 4 stars in Record Collector, 5 stars in The Mirror and 4 stars in Hot Press). The Irish Times described the album as “A sequence of beautifully crafted reflective songs.”
Since the album’s release they have been on a non-stop world tour, taking in sold-out theatre shows in Ireland and the UK, a stretch in America, and their first Australian tour.
With special guest Howe Gelb.
Giant Sand main man and indie legend Howe Gelb has been announced as very special guest on the upcoming Lost Brothers Letterkenny show.
Based in Tuscon Arizona Howe has collaborated with artists such as M Ward, PJ Harvey, John Parish and many more. His band Giant Sand spawned and inspired bands such as Calexico who are part of Howe’s extended musical family.
Lost Brothers celebrate ten years on the road this Winter and Howe Gelb recently produced their 2018 acclaimed album “Halfway Towards A Healing” so it’s the perfect way to mark a decade of touring. Howe will perform an opening set and then be joining The Lost Brothers onstage each night as part of an all star band.
The show will also feature Steve Wickham from The Waterboys.