As regular site readers will know from our news item yesterday the legendary Howe Gelb will be joining Ireland’s Lost Brothers for a few dates next month, opening and performing with them. Here’s a live version of a track from their last, Gelb-produced, album Halfway Towards A Healing. It’s really very good and the dates … Continue reading “Video Premiere: The Lost Brothers “Echoes In The Wind””
It has just been announced that on Friday June 8th the Lost Brothers, Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland, will have very special guests at their homecoming gig at Dublin’s historic Liberty Hall Theatre on Eden Quay. For one night only the Irish duo will be joined onstage by the Tuscon Arizona band with whom they recorded their recent critically acclaimed … Continue reading “The Lost Brothers announce special Dublin show with Howe Gelb”
Here are two singer/songwriters from Ireland, Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland, now based in Liverpool. This is their fifth album, produced and recorded by Howe Gelb and Gabriel Sullivan (of Giant Sand fame) at the Dust and Stone Recording Studio in Tucson, Arizona. On the strength of their performance here, The Lost Brothers have secured … Continue reading “The Lost Brothers “Halfway Towards A Healing” (Bird Dog Records 2018)”
The new single and title track of the latest album, out on 26 January, from The Lost Brothers. A great song and a powerful video.
From their new album Halfway Towards A Healing, out on January 26th, comes this lovely reflective song from Ireland’s Lost Brothers.
A superb cover of the Townes van Zandt song.
A fine tribute to the sadly departed Mr Cohen.
Giant Sand main man and indie legend Howe Gelb has been announced as a special guest on the upcoming Lost Brothers Irish Theatre Tour this December. Based in Tuscon Arizona since 1972 Howe has collaborated with artists such as M Ward, PJ Harvey and John Parish, and his band Giant Sand spawned and inspired bands such as … Continue reading “Howe Gelb to join Lost Brothers on dates next month”
What do you get when you combine the duetting style of the Everly Brothers with the lyrical style of the spectral strain of Gothic-Americana ? Well, something rather like the Lost Brothers, who’s fifth album Halfway Towards A Healing was recorded in Tucson, Arizona, at the perfectly titled Dust and Stone Studios. And it’s from … Continue reading “Lost Brothers “Come Tomorrow” – Listen”
“The Lost Brothers’ harmonies are to die for, as near as a duo have got to the mastery of The Everlys and The Louvin Brothers’ tender close harmony singing that I’ve heard anywhere near these shores.” So says Richard Hawley of the Irish duo comprising Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland whose new album “Halfway Towards a … Continue reading “Lost Brothers return with new album, video – Watch”