NEW YEAR NEW ALBUM!

It’s all go here As well as getting back to a hectic live schedule of shows around Ireland (with European tours being planned for later in 2022) I’m recording a new album! Making the most of limitations I’ve been embracing all things lo-fi and recording away on my Tascam Porta02 four track cassette portastudio, in […]

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NEW LIVE RESIDENCY TEMPLE BAR AUTUMN-WINTER 2021!

Hi everyone! Hope this finds you well and warm! I’m delighted to be back to full-time live performance with several shows each week between now and the end of the year, in wonderful venues in Dublin, Wicklow, Wexford with a couple of trips up to Virginia, Co Cavan and Larne, Co Antrim. Stay tuned for […]

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EXCLUSIVE LIVE ONLINE @ THE SOUND HOUSE DUBLIN 23rd MAY

In conjunction with FlutterTone.com Robin James Hurt is proud to return to the live stage with an exclusive online concert at The Sound House, Dublin on Sunday May 23rd at 7.30pm UTC/local time (8.30pm CET, 2.30pm EST)

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NEW YEAR, NEW MUSIC, NEW VIDEO FOR “BETWEEN THE WARS”

Hi! I hope you’re keeping well and hanging in there. February 2021 is hopefully seeing a few days of sun here at Kilmichael after so many days and nights of icy wind and rain blowing in off the sea. Dougal and I have been doing our thing and I’ve been working on plenty of new […]

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January RJH Plays The Vintage Room Dublin

Starting the year 2020 in fine form, Robin will play a special, intimate solo show in the gorgeous and unique setting of The Vintage Room in The Workman’s Club, Wellington Quay, Dublin 2, on FRIDAY JANUARY 24th at 8pm. Admission will be €10. This will be a warm and fresh night of music that will […]

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Robin performs on Irish Television

Robin : “A few months ago I was approached by Imagine Media Productions of Belfast, who invited me to perform a song in a fascinating series they were making for TG4, the Irish language TV station. The show, “Ceol Chogadh na Saoirse”, explores music and culture during the Irish War Of Independence, in particular songs […]

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