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Aoife O’Donovan Shares ‘Passengers’ Remix By The Growth Eternal

Aoife O’Donovan shared a The Growth Eternal remix of her song “Passengers.” The song originally appears on the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter’s 2022 album, Age Of Apathy. “Passengers,” featuring Madison Cunningham, arrived as the final advance single ahead of Age Of Apathy’s release on January 21. “Passengers” is...
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Aoife O’Donovan Performs ‘Tiny Desk (Home) Concert’

Aoife O’Donovan delivered a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter performed tunes from her 2022 album, Age Of Apathy, for the renowned NPR Music performance video series. In a nod to Tiny Desk Concert’s usual home at NPR Music chief Bob Boilen’s bookshelf framed desk, the Boston-born O’Donovan...
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Aoife O’Donovan to open summer concert season at Lime Kiln Theater

Lime Kiln Theater’s Summer 2022 concert series begins on Saturday, May 21, as Aoife O’Donovan takes the stage with opener The Wildmans. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7:30. Advance tickets are $30 and are on sale now at Tickets will be $35...

Aoife O’Donovan – “Passengers”: DJ Pick of the Week

“Passengers” by Aoife O’Donovan is Dan’s DJ Pick of the Week! Aoife O’Donovan is an Irish-American guitarist and singer-songwriter living in Brooklyn, New York. She found her passion for music while spending her summers in Ireland, where she learned to sing from her extended family. After years performing in groups such as Crooked Still and Sometymes Why, Aoife debuted her solo career in 2010 with the EP Blue Light. Since then, she has released three studio albums, two live albums, and three additional EPs. Her music upholds her folk roots while adding themes.

Aoife O’Donovan: The Hug That Surrounds Us All

The title of the newest album by singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan, Age of Apathy, may strike some as cynical—until she explains it. “Cynical is the wrong word,” says the Massachusetts-born artist, checking in from her current home in Florida. “What I mean is the numbing. I just read an article in The New York Times this morning about the numbing that we’re all feeling right now at this stage of the pandemic.”

Musician's Spotlight: Aoife O'Donovan

Grammy award-winning songwriter and musician Aoife O'Donovan is one of the most sought-after singers and songwriters of her generation. She has released 3 critically-acclaimed solo albums, is co-founder of the bands I’m With Her and Crooked Still, is the featured vocalist on The Goat Rodeo Sessions with Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, and Chris Thile, and spent a decade contributing to the radio variety shows "Live From Here” and “A Prairie Home Companion”. Aoife joined host John Floridis in conversation from her home in central Florida to talk about her career and upcoming album release “Age of Apathy.” This was a “welcome back” interview, as Aoife was featured on Musician’s Spotlight in 2018 as part of the group I’m With Her along with Sara Joaroz and Sarah Watkins.
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Join Aoife O’Donovan for a night of folk-inspired music at The Sinclair

The Newton-born artist will be joined March 2 by special guest Yasmin Williams. Aoife O’Donovan, the Irish-American singer and Grammy award-winning songwriter born in Newton, is making an appearance at The Sinclair in just a few weeks. Though O’Donovan is embarking on an international tour schedule, she is only...

On ‘Age of Apathy,’ Aoife O’Donovan Explores the Emotions of Her Past

If there’s one aspect of Aoife O’Donovan’s career that has endured through the years, it’s a sense of community. Tinkering with different combinations of creative chemistry across multiple albums for groups of varying styles, it was no surprise to find O’Donovan working with others in pursuit of her third solo album, Age of Apathy. Still, even with the release calling up collaborators in front of and behind the mic, what makes this record stand out isn’t just a matter of having new cast members.