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 […]
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 […]
Here’s a short video of Robin’s afternoon performance on the Spike Island stage (which he also curated) at Electric Picnic 2019 Songs played Salonika 0:08 A Man You Don’t Meet Every Day 0:38 Across The Black Soil Plains 1:09 Yarmouth Town 2:04 (featured image by Dom O’Brien Photography)
May is a busy month for Robin and whether you’re in the North of Ireland, midlands or South East or in Dublin for his weekly resident gigs, you’ll have a chance to catch him play. First he travels up north to see familiar and new faces at Ruby’s Bodega in Larne on Sun May […]
December marks a trip back up north to a regular musical haunt of RJH, Ruby’s Bodega in Larne. You can catch Robin’s live performance from 7.30pm.
Robin with play two dates, once again in Norway, on Friday 16th and Saturday the 17th of November. This time round in Skibsbroen, Lyngseidet. Also lending their musical talents on this night will be Birkir Gudmundsson Jullum on piano and Aslak Janitz on guitar. Further details on the Facebook event page. […]
Robin James Hurt and The Band of Moonlight Love playing at Longitude 2017 in The Dirty Old Town Speakeasy tent. Longitude is one of the biggest festivals held in Ireland every summer in Marlay Park in Dublin. The Band of Moonlight Love is made up of core members Robin James Hurt and Mick Morris, along with a […]