Glen Hansard with the Frames
Opera House, March 25
It’s dangerous to quote, or misquote, the Scottish play in a building like the Opera House but it’s fair to say that nothing in this show by Irishman Glen Hansard and his ever expanding band became them like the manner of their leaving.
We’d already had several of his solo album songs which lean towards ’70s easy grooving California, like the James Taylor-esque Maybe Not Tonight and the soulful Love Don’t Leave Me Waiting. We’d had a number …Continue Reading
Sean Taylor performs his song Feel Alright in The Age studio.
Following his appearance at Port Fairy Folk Festival, the blues/acoustic singer-songwriter will perform during the Brunswick Music Festival next week at the Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre on Friday March 22.
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Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard has had plenty of Stateside success— but that doesn’t mean he’s forgotten his roots.
For his solo song “High Hope,” the former Frames frontman and Once star returns to his hometown of Ballymun, Ireland, in a personal new video.
According to director Hedi Rose, the clip for the Rhythm and Repose track was “put together with recreated scenes of Glen’s memories and documentary footage” of the town “that formed and informed his childhood.” The video features Hansard singing to and along with the townsfolk, who seem more than happy to help their Local Kid Done Good …Continue Reading
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