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Find time for The Lost Brothers

Thursday, 15th February, 2018 6:46pm

Find time for The Lost Brothers

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Last September Cavan used the cloak of Culture Night to dazzling effect as each sequinned performance sparkled across the county. None sparkled as brightly as the fulgurant show presented by the The Lost Brothers in Virginia, who brought legendary fiddle player Steve Wickam on stage.
Such was the response that The Ramor Theatre has programmed this musical duo consisting of Mark McCausland and Oisin Leech back for one night only - tomorrow - Friday, February 16.
The Lost Brothers have been described as crafting their own genre of music “a cinematic view of an unknown landscape”. Having stolen souls and hearts on Culture Night they return as part of their ‘Halfway Towards Healing’ Tour. There is something special about two musicians in unison, so the return of the harmony-laden performers will be widely welcomed by music fans of all colours.

Their latest album Halfway Towards A Healing, is another step on the right road. Over twelve superb tracks, location and emotion are softly suggested. From opening song, Echoes In The Wind, to closing spoken word track, The Ballad Of A Lost Brother the songs reach out like fingers across a warm night to calm a troubled brow. 

The Lost Brothers take to the Ramor stage on February 16 at 8pm. Tickets are €20.

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