Take us to church.
Playing at the recent Newport Folk Festival, Courtney Barnett, Hozier, Dawes‘ Taylor Goldsmith and J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jnr have all been lined up and offered a chance to play the guitar which Bob Dylan played when he appeared at the festival in 1965. A pivotal performance in his career, and a seminal moment in
With a little help from their friends, folk rockers Mumford & Sons became ‘Mumford & Sons & Friends’ at Bonnaroo on Saturday night, 13th June, as they were joined by My Morning Jacket, The War on Drugs’ saxophonist Jon Natchez, Hozier and more for a cover of The Beatles’ classic, With A Little Help From
Just weeks after wrapping up his debut Australian visit as part of Bluesfest 2015, Irish singer-songwriter Hozier has decided to do it all again, announcing he’ll return this October and November for an Australian tour. This time around he’ll be taking on larger venues on a national run of dates, starting at Perth’s Belvoir Amphitheatre
Irish singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne, better known as Hozier, has locked in two Bluesfest 2015 sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne to take place in March, prior to his appearance at the festival in early April. 24-year-old Hozier released his debut EP Take Me To Church in 2013, bolstered by his breakout Grammy-nominated single of the same
Byron Bay’s Bluesfest have already locked in over 60 acts for their 2015 lineup, and today they’ve dropped another huge round of additions, headed up by Irish singer-songwriter sensation Hozier. Also included in the sixth Bluesfest lineup announcement are US alternative rock outfit Switchfoot, Irish contemporary rockers The Waterboys, young rising US country star Hunter