R&B throwbacks to visit Dublin next March
It's been a pretty massive summer for Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and the Denver born singer-songwriter and his collective are already planning well in advance.
With their eponymous album drawing rave reviews left, right, and centre, the always impressive Rateliff seems to have finally cracked the bigtime, aided by his move towards foot-tapping, soulful R&B. If proof of his rise were needed, his Dublin visit next March will be to the grand surrounds of The Olympia, a far cry from some of the smaller venues he's played before.
Tickets, priced at €24, are on sale Friday.
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