On Sunday 31st of March Robin is back to a regular haunt of his, Ruby’s Bodega in Larne. Music from 7pm On the 19th April Robin is back playing in Mickey Finns in Redcross, Co. Wicklow from 9pm til late! Robin will also be live at a new venue for him, in the Village Inn, Rathnew, […]
Robin will play The Brook House, Arklow, Co. Wicklow 6.30 to 8.30 on the 13th of January 2019
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. […]
Not content with playing The 27th Phil Murphy Weekend in earlier this summer, Robin returns on Thursday the 20th September to support blues guitarist Robin Bibi and blues harmonica player David Raphael for what will be the first gig of their Irish tour. Colfer’s is located in Carrick-on-Bannow in Wexford, start time approx 9pm. […]
Robin will play the wonderful venue of the Cavan County Museum on April 20th supported by The Lynch Brothers. Tickets on the door.
A favourite folk ballad of mine, recorded at home in County Wexford. There are many great versions of this song out there (my two faves must be Sean Cannon/Dubliners and Pam Ayres).
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 […]
A wee Northumbrian maritime folk song, first published in ‘North Countrie Ballads, Songs and Pipe-Tunes’ in 1922. I found it through the incredible singing of Anne Briggs; Rachel Unthank also did a gorgeous version. Video and audio were recorded ‘on location’ in the ruins of the former lifeboat station at Kilmichael Point on the Wexford […]