Music | Lisa O’Neill to release new album in October


Following the release of her 2009 album ‘Has An Album’, Lisa O’Neill is back with her new album ‘Same Cloth or Not’ on October 18th.  To celebrate the release of the new long player, Lisa will play a headline show in Whelans, Dublin on October 19th.  

The new album will be released through Song Seed Records and will be Lisa’s first album since signing a publishing deal with Domino Publishing.

Following her headline show in Whelans, Lisa will also support Glen Hansard on his Irish tour in October.  She will then join UK Scottish folk singer James Yorkston, for his tour.

Recorded in Wicklow back in the Winter of this year, Lisa has had a host of names working on her album, as Mossy Nolan and Stina Sandstrom recorded the album, while David Kitt produced and co-arranged with Karl Oldum engineering.

There is also a trailer for the album made by the talented Myles O’Reilly.

Lisa O’Neill Tour Dates:
Tues 15th Oct – Servants Jazz Quarters, London
Sat 19th Oct – Whelans, Dublin (headline show)

Glen Hansard Tour
20 Oct  Hawkswell, Sligo
21 Oct  Mac Theatre, Belfast
22 Oct  Spirit Store, Dundalk
24 Oct   Debarras,   Clonakilty
25 Oct   Blackbird, Ballycotton
26  Oct  Blessings, Cavan
28  Oct   Cyprus Ave, Cork

James Yorkston Tour
30 Oct – Dunfermline – Carnegie Hall
31 Oct – Fife – Hallowe’en Party
1 Nov – Edinburgh – Queen’s Hall
2 Nov – Glasgow – Oran Mor
3 Nov – Aberfeldy Festival
6 Nov – London – Old St Pancras Church
7 Nov – Bangor – Hendre Hall

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