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Why see Damien Rice?

See the thrilling Damien Rice live

Elusive, earnest and mesmerizing, acclaimed Irish singer song-writer Damien Rice has the power to make you feel chills down your spine with his beautifully haunting songs, fluidly moving from gently acoustic to lush fury, swelling and crashing, eliciting emotion from even the most hardened music fans.

Breaking through with the enigmatic record 'O' in 2002, the Irish singer-songwriter captured our imaginations with his rousing hits including 'Cannonball' and 'The Blower's Daughter', before continuing his unique brand of viciously heartbreaking folk with '9' in 2006. Since then, he's collaborated with artists such as Tori Amos and David Gray, taking the long way round to his last album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, which was released in November 2014.

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Finished Dec 5, 2023


Customer reviews

2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)


Great Show!

Loved the performance. Was curious why there weren’t any tracks from faded fantasy played or Blower’s Daughter. Thought it might be with traveling light the songs just weren’t condusive to an acoustic performance. Hope he still plays them and I can catch them in the future. ... Read more

Parker Alton

Great Performance Until a Front Row Heckler Interrupted a Song, and Altered the Usual Finale

Damien Rice pours his heart out in his music, especially live. After playing nine songs, including taking audience requests and gracefully obliging, a rude man in the front row interrupted a heartfelt song by shouting his vulgar displeasure at people who were invited to stand in front of the stage (by Damien). Damien had to stop in the middle of the song (a duet of "Astronaut" then after a brief delay, he restarted and finished the song). You could feel the energy drain from the Auditorium. Two nights earlier in NYC, Damien performed 16 songs including the finale of his most famous song "The Blower's Daughter." In Chicago, he cut his set short to 15 songs (without the song we travelled a thousand miles to see). It's unfortunate that one person was selfish enough to nuke what was an epic performance up until that point. ... Read more


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