Irish indie singer who released the ten-time Platinum-selling hit "O" with Damien Rice in 2002. She was a featured vocalist for Damien Rice on two of his albums.She started performing with Rice while attending Trinity College, Dublin. Head on over to her recently launched website on a feast of treats, including song lyrics and samples, tour dates and a coming-soon blog.She's appearing in Tower Records in Dublin on September 13 and playing in the Button Factory and Whelan's before heading around Ireland including Limerick, Donegal, Ennis and Cork.Read More Snow Patrol‘s Gary Lightbody may be the thinking woman’s indie sexpot, but with their new album Eyes Open going supernova all over the shop, the poor fella has no time to capitalise on his status, given that the only people he sees on a regular basis are his band and crewmates.With whom, he assures us, “penetrative sex is out of the question.” Also on the agenda: break-ups, infidelity, the Northern body politic, U2 and, of course, underpants.
While she's singing or performing the music seems to take her over, seems like that's all there is. Though best known for her collaborations with Damien Rice, Lisa has gigged with many Irish performers including Mic Christopher and Glen Hansard and recently at the Dublin Fringe Festival with Cathy Davey in the imaginatively titled , the duet with Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody on the Cake Sale album in aid of Oxfam such an instantly recognisable and popular hit.
Well it's our first festival, the first time I've played a gig like that in front of so many people.
I suppose yes, there's always the nerves but the crowd reaction, the welcome and the feeling on stage is part of that too."Just do as much as you can.
It’s taken seven hard years to make, but Wildness is the Snow Patrol record that GARY LIGHTBODY is most proud of. The archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month.
In a searingly honest interview, he talks to STUART CLARK about the personal demons he’s had to exorcise in order to get his musical mojo back, and why every Irish man has to vote “Yes! Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions.