Two huge shows to go along with his festival appearance.
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Ben Howard has taken every thought you’ve ever had in your mid-twenties and crafted it into a folk ballad of epic proportions. Be warned; his songs will get you right in the feels. If you were expecting to see an unassuming guy with an acoustic guitar playing some low-key folky surf rock tunes, then chances
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Ben Howard has announced a run of headlining dates to coincide with his performance at next year’s Byron Bay Bluesfest. The English indie folk singer/songwriter will play Fremantle’s Art Centre, Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena and the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney during March. These newly added gigs come alongside Howard’s perviously announced Sydney Opera House performance,
The Sydney Opera House’s 2015 Music At The House summer program is a biggie. The venue’s contemporary music program will present 20 performances between December 2014 and April 2015, with artists such as Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li, beat-wizard Flying Lotus, synth-pop outfit Little Dragon and the ever-controversial Sinead O’Connor set to play the building’s iconic
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Punters were steadily filing into the grand Palais Theatre as it filled with the crisp and confident tones of Englishman Nick Mulvey. The folk singer-songwriter treated the appreciative audience to a completely acoustic set of his best material, expertly looping sections of music to create a marvellously full sound. Following Mulvey, the eager audience began
English singer-songwriter Ben Howard had already amassed a slew of critical awards following the release of his platinum-selling debut album, Every Kingdom. Returning to Oz for a coveted place on the Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup, Howard will also play a handful of intimate sideshows. Since the 2011 release of Every Kingdom, the UK-based
Ben Howard stopped by Music Feeds Studio today for an exclusive live performance and interview, and in conversation he revealed he’s prepping his sophomore album for release next year and is currently getting to grips with the “weird direction” some of his new material has taken. Producer Chris Bond, who worked on Howard’s 2011 debut
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Whilst UK singer/songwriter Ben Howard is on our shores for the mammoth 2013 Byron Bay Bluesfest, he will play a select three East Coast dates.