Donegal and Galway


The Lost Brothers announced for Earagail Arts festival in Culdaff, Donegal. The Lost Brothers play on the 22nd July, check the festival website for more information. Then to Galway for the first time on the Halfway Towards A Healing tour. The Galway International Arts Festival will host The Lost Brothers in Monroe’s on the 26th July.

Liberty Hall Theatre info


We play our biggest headline Dublin show on 8th June in Liberty Hall Theatre. The very band with whom we made “Halfway Towards A Healing” to join us  to play the record start to finish. We will record it LIVE!
Lostie Oisin- Vox/Guitar/Harp
Lostie Mark- Vox/Guitar/Electric
Howe Gelb- Keys/Vox
Steve Wickham- Fiddle/Banjo/Squeeze Box
Gabe Sullivan- Accordian/Drums/Microkorg
Winston Watson- Drums
Dave Murphy- Pedal Steel
Couple of seats released here

Australian gig news

ANOUNCEMENT:
Friday 27th April : Packenham Arts Space, Freemantle, Australia.

Cork!


Announcing a special run of Cork gigs in September. Contact each venue for tickets. See you on the road.

News: Late Late


The Lost Brothers will perform on “The Late Late Show” Ireland. Friday March 23rd. 9.30pm RTE 1 TV. www.rte.ie

NEW SHOW : Dublin

Having sold out their Dublin show at The Sugar Club well in advance and due to demand, Irish band The Lost Brothers are delighted to announce a new Dublin live date Friday June 8 at the legendary Liberty Hall Theatre in Dublin. Their newly 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 new album was recorded in Tucson Arizona with Howe Gelb at the production helm and features guests such as Steve Wickham from The Waterboys. With their recent Irish tour seeing sell out dates, early booking is advised for this Dublin date June 8.
Tickets onsale February 7th at 9am