Tuesday November 12th
A world away from the usual Irish folk-acoustic and rock exports, LAOISE is Ireland’s newfound answer to pop. She records, produces and releases her music completely independently and totally commands her own brand of bold, glittering, gutsy electro-pop – paving the way for Irish-born pop music.
Support from Fia Moon
Friday November 15th
Glory Days in an Irish six piece all live band playing the popular Springsteen hits along with the favourites from his live performances.
The singer, Christy has been a big fan of Bruce’s music over the decades and has a great knowledge of his musical history. His dream to perform a Bruce Springsteen set has now come true.
The other members are very experienced musicians both touring and recording. The whole band admire the achievements of the Boss, especially now that he is over 50 years consistently in the music business and recently turning 70.
Glory Days try to keep close to the sound of Bruce and the E Street band’s live performance and look forward to playing at Lost Lane and recreate the atmosphere of a Springsteen concert.
Saturday November 16th
Your friendly neighbourhood SPICEBAG slagzz are back. Presenting to you a very special DANCEY DANCE PORTY!
Get ready for SPICEBAG: XXXtra Portion DANCE KARAOKE !!!
Lash into that curry sauce, wet your whistle and SPIT (on me Dickie) shine those dancin’ shoes for a night of dedicated, communal moves and sexy, sweaty body wobbles.
AN ORGY OF DANCE, NO ONE GETS LEFT BEHIND….Unless of course that’s what you’re into.
Did somebody say DANCE KARAOKE? Ever heard of it? You’re in for a treat chicken Xx
It’s like if Ronseal did tins of sweat and fun + banger after banger.
JUST KEEP GOING WE’RE ALMOST THERE!
Keep up with the moves, or stand in the corner watching you kiss her, tis up to you!
Dress: UP Get: Down and DUUURTY!!
Tickets are limited, snatch yours NOW!! Xx
Sunday November 17th
Exclusive live performance from Jape to launch their new album plus special guest DJs.
Sunday November 17th
Some of Ireland’s finest musicians have got together to celebrate the career of Peter Gabriel.
Named after his 5 time platinum album SO, this show features all the hits starting with his debut solo single Solsbury Hill and the most played video on MTV – Sledgehammer.
Expect all the hits and all your favourites for this great celebration show!
Thursday November 21st
AikJ is an Irish R&B artist who has been an active participant in the conversation surrounding the change of popular Irish music in mainstream media.
Previous releases ‘Hidden Agenda’, ‘Heights’, ‘Suite Life’ and recent release ‘Break it Off’ have gained AikJ over half a million streams on Spotify with Top 20 positions on the Viral Charts and other curated Spotify playlists.
Support act TBC.
Friday November 22nd
Lost Lane are so excited to welcome back Black Bank Folk after their hugely successful, packed out show here in June.
‘…Last Star Fall – the second album from Dublin collective Black Bank Folk – makes the marriage of rock and folk seem the most natural pairing in the world. …Sheer quality’ 8/10 Hot Press
Saturday November 23rd
Aiken Promotions proudly presents Wildwood Kin live at Lost Lane.
Family alt-folk trio Wildwood Kin made quite the impression with their 2017 debut album ‘Turning Tides’. It set them on course for an enthralling ride which led to majestic performances at Glastonbury, Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park and the Teenage Cancer Trust’s ‘A Beautiful Night Out’ at the Royal Albert Hall – plus extensive support from Radio 2 and BBC Introducing. A growing fanbase fell under their spell in the process, pushing them past the 20 million streams landmark.
Now Wildwood Kin return with their self-titled second album, which will be released on October 4th via Silvertone Records/Sony. Completely fulfilling the band’s artistic vision, it’s as natural as it is accomplished. The trio’s vocals harmonise effortlessly, there are shades of Simon & Garfunkel, Bear’s Den and early Fleet Foxes in the beautifully gentle folk rock melodies, and its lyrics address profound themes like love, loss and spirituality. But above all, there’s a spirit to the record that’s as wild and free as the West Country moors where they grew up.
The album will be released on CD, vinyl, and digital/streaming and is now available to pre-order now here, with ‘Never Alone’ provided as an instant download.
Saturday November 23rd
‘The Politics of Dancing’ was a one hit wonder for British band Re-Flex. Released in 1983, it has inspired our very first Festival of Politics club night. DJ Rob Smith will play an eclectic selection of politically motivated and issues based music … for dancing to. We’ll be moving to two tone sounds, rap manifestos, riot grrrrrl anthems, inspiring guitars and all sorts of fun stuff. Strictly no Billy Bragg (sorry Billy) and no serious faces please.
Join us for this political party in the intimate surrounds of The Singer’s House at Lost Lane.
Entrance to The Singer’s House is located on Nassau Street.
Wednesday November 27th
Ho ho ho! Christmas is fast approaching and what better way to get into the festive mood than by booking a ticket for the Trinity Belles Winter Gig.
You can expect to hear a broad mix of our very best a cappella arrangements, including upbeat pop songs to get you moving, slow songs to bring a tear to your eye and of course some Christmas classics to spread the Yuletide spirit!
Friday November 29th
Vyvienne Long will be appearing live at Lost Lane on November 29th 2019.
This momentous occasion is celebrating the release of her second studio album
‘A Lifetime of High-Fives’.
An album of songs that question and reflect reality and escapism to an ever changing soundscape of strings, choir, percussion, piano and cello, above all, the cello.
This will be a lavish evening, one you are unlikely to forget.
Limited seating available for this show. No reservations, first come first served.
Saturday November 30th
90s pop icons PictureHouse have announced an exclusive once off date in Dublin’s Lost Lane on November 30th.
Best known for a string of hit singles and albums including Somebody Somewhere, Heavenly Day, Everybody Loves My Girl, Rules of Science and the 1998 summer smash single Sunburst, PictureHouse recently celebrated their 21st anniversary amid tributes from all over including tributes from President Higgins and Bono.
Sunday December 8th
Andrew Combs is a singer and songwriter whose work bridges the freedom and possibility of his visual art with the influence of classic writing and storytelling. On his new album, Ideal Man, Combs worked with producer/engineer Sam Cohen (Kevin Morby, Benjamin Booker) to achieve a more raw, direct sound.
Saturday December 14th
Joe is going to ‘host a show’ with three of Ireland’s leading acts; The Bionic Rats, After The Ibis and The Skalps joining him with live sets for the celebrations. All three acts have released critically acclaimed original recordings which have featured heavily on Joe’s show over the years.
This show is the first in a series of nights planned, with each one being recorded and eventually released on all formats as a ‘best of’ Irish reggae and ska compilation album featuring all of the artists who contribute to the small but healthy Irish reggae and ska scene.
Sunday December 15th
Join us on December 15th to hear The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ as you’ve never heard it before.
At this intimate listening party, the album will be played from start to finish on high-quality vinyl on a spectacular sound system, provided especially for this event by Vinyl & Wine.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the album’s release and there will also be an in-depth expert panel discussion about the album’s production, recording, and legacy.
Entrance to The Singer’s House is located on Nassau Street.
Sunday December 15th
Friday December 27th
One of the most popular indie rock bands of the past 20 years, The Strokes have solidified themselves as one of music’s greats, inspiring countless bands and fans since their beginning.
Now, Dublin’s, NYC Cops is recreating their unique magic by bringing you a set full of the hits, delivered in a high-energy performance that captures the original band.
Wednesday January 22nd
Renowned for his eloquent Americana style, engaging live shows, and off-the-cuff clever observations, John Craigie carries on the legacy of classic singer-songwriters, while blazing a trail of his own. His music speaks loud to both audiences and fellow artists. When Craigie plays, it’s one of those special shows that can make you laugh and cry in the same song. It’s a musical journey that can’t be denied.
Cat Clyde is a brand-new artist out of Stratford, Ontario. A fresh take on the classic sounds of yesteryear; breathing new life into the velvety vocal, tack-piano, slide-guitar-style that can instantly walk you through the swinging doors of a packed saloon. With influences ranging from Etta James to Janis Joplin to Lead Belly; hers is a mix that goes down smoother than a neat glass of mellow Kentucky bourbon.
Thursday January 23rd
Since the release of her first single ‘The Seduction of Eve’ in 2016, Emma Langford has woven herself into the DNA of the Irish music scene and arrived on an international scale. She is shortlisted this year for Germany’s Eiserner Eversteiner folk prize.
Susan O’Neill’s bluesy debut ‘Found Myself Lost’ showcased her truly phenomenal husky voice, often drawing comparisons to Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin. Her tour for the record drew rave reviews.
Clare Sands is a musician, composer, songwriter and music therapist whose star is in the ascendant. Her mastery of her instrument is what happens when you begin at the tender age of four!
At only 23 years old, Saoirse Casey is already a seasoned live performer. Her first gig was supporting Declan O’Rourke in the INEC Killarney and since then she has joined Declan on stage at numerous venues including the National Concert Hall and Vicar St. Her songs have the power to both soothe and invigorate.
Friday January 24th
What do you get if you cross an American bluegrass banjo and an Irish tenor banjo? In the case of Coleraine’s Damien O’Kane and California’s Ron Block you get fireworks – and a spectacular debut duo album that confounds expectations.
On either side of the Atlantic, O’Kane and Block decided to stop laughing at banjo jokes and concentrate instead on mastering the instrument. With two bold and acclaimed recent albums to his name, O’Kane thought it was high time to join forces with a musician he had long admired – Alison Krauss & Union Station’s banjo star and multiple award winner Ron Block (14 Grammy’s!) Widely regarded as two of the greatest exponents of the instrument they have collaborated to create what is arguably their own genre -‘Banjophony’.
This means melding two different styles showcasing an instrument that proves incredibly versatile in the right hands. Put yourself in these hands, you won’t regret it…
Saturday January 25th
Turin Brakes are an English band, comprising original duo Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, and long-term collaborators Rob Allum and Eddie Myer. They had a UK top 5 hit in 2003 with their song “Painkiller”. Since starting out in 1999, the band have sold over 1 million records worldwide. This is an indie band characterised by fine musicianship with an intricate folk sensibility.
Exeter-based duo Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood of Sound of the Sirens have built their fan base not merely through several sublime EP releases, but also through their live shows, which combine a natural facility for connecting with their audiences and unforgettable performances predicated on energy, warmth, humour and, above all, real conviction. Sound of the Sirens want to both enlighten and entertain, and they want to do it with euphony. Prepare to be enthralled!
Sunday January 26th
Since forming in Boston in 2009, Nashville-based string band Della Mae has established a reputation as a charismatic live act comprised of some of the finest players in bluegrass, Americana and beyond.
2020 sees a brand new album, and a welcome return to touring in the UK and Ireland. Originating from different musical backgrounds and states across the US and Canada, each member brings distinct elements that make Della Mae such a beloved band. Together they have a completely original style – sensitive yet assertive, intense yet playful, steeped in tradition yet undeniably current.
Versatile instrumentalists and vocalists, they draw from a bottomless well of roots influences to create vibrant original music that conveys expansive musical vision. They were IBMA’s Emerging Artists of the Year in 2013, GRAMMY Nominees in 2014 for their debut album on Rounder Records and named among Rolling Stone’s “10 bands to watch for in 2015”.
Friday January 31st
Jacques Greene is an acclaimed Canadian DJ and electronic music producer known for his house tracks, which often incorporate R&B and U.K. garage influences.
Through several well-received singles on labels like Night Slugs and LuckyMe, particularly 2011’s “Another Girl,” Greene (along with artists like Disclosure and Kingdom) was instrumental in updating house for a post-millennial audience, merging the U.K.-born post-dubstep/future bass sound with contemporary R&B.
Later in the decade, he released ambitious, eclectic full-lengths such as 2019’s Dawn Chorus.
Wednesday March 4th
Irish duo Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella perform songs from their stunning debut album ‘Oh, The Starlings’.
Recorded in New York with eight time Grammy winning engineer Kevin Killen at the helm (David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, U2, Elvis Costello), ‘Oh, The Starlings’ has been described by songwriter Rodney Crowell as: “So good, it’s heartbreaking”.
Saturday May 2nd
In association with Aiken Promotions, Lanterns On The Lake will play LoSt LaNe as a part of their UK & Ireland tour for the upcoming album Spook The Herd.
With this new record, the band break new ground on a set of songs that are unavoidably direct – and crucial.