top of page
  • Writer's pictureThe Sound Cafe

Robin James Hurt Set For Exclusive Online Concert From The Sound House, Dublin

Born in Belfast, raised in Scotland and living in Wexford, Robin James Hurt’s talents as

a guitarist, singer and composer have brought him on a rich and varied path.

As well as releasing albums and having music featured on soundtracks, Robin is a hugely popular live performer, mixing traditional Celtic and original music with firecracker energy and flare, notching up several hundred shows a year from festivals (Glastonbury, Electric Picnic) to concert venues to intimate pub sessions.

Robin James Hurt was one of the first Irish artists to embrace livestreaming as a way of reaching his fanbase when lockdown hit last March. His weekly “Live from Kilmichael” livestreams on Facebook and YouTube, broadcast from his fireside, quickly attracted a following of thousands from all corners of the globe - and led to his acclaimed new album of the same name.

But the thrill, the passion of performing onstage under the lights has been lacking.

Says Robin, “I'm primarily a full time live performer and I play music to be heard. I can't explain how much I miss it. I'm so excited about this because I can play a full show on stage in a great venue and people can tune in and join in from anywhere in the world. It's a global gig!”

Robin James Hurt is proud to return to the live stage with an exclusive online-only concert at The Sound House, Dublin on Sunday May 23rd at 7.30pm UTC/local time (8.30pm CET, 2.30pm EST)

This show will feature a full production with venue lighting and HD quality Video and Audio and will be streamable on any device.

Robin will perform a full concert set, including special guests..Sinead O’Connor Ringwood – vocal (“Caledonia” duet) Clare Faherty (Band Of Moonlight Love) - concertina

Viewers will also be able to comment and interact with Robin during the show with a live comment stream!

Live at Spike Island, Electric Picnic 2019


bottom of page