- 21 Mar 19
The two legendary musicians will play four Irish dates in June, with shows in Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Belfast.
In one of the most exciting musical collaborations in recent years, Irish singer-songwriter Paul Brady and Vulfpeck frontman Theo Katzman will team up to play a number of Irish dates this June. The show will see the acclaimed songwriters singing and playing together on songs form each of their extensive catalogues.
Travelling across numerous musical genres and performance styles, the show seeks to spotlight the global and ageless nature of music.
In a statement, Theo Katzman expressed his admiration of the Irish singer-songwriter:
“The first time I heard Paul Brady’s music, it was his first solo album Welcome Here Kind Stranger. I was completely floored, captured, and transfixed by his voice. It really hit me, and for years I couldn’t listen to that album without crying. I began digging through Paul’s entire catalogue, and he quickly became one of my favourite artists of all time. I felt such a strong connection to his voice, his songs, and his spirit, and I sensed that we were coming from a similar place, both musically and personally."
The upcoming Souls In Sync tour will feature stops at Cork Opera House (June 1), Dublin's Vicar Street (June 2), Limerick's University Concert Hall (June 4) and Belfast's Ulster Hall (June 5).
Tickets go on sale this Thursday, March 28, at 9am. See Ticketmaster for more information.