Mon 31st Jan 2022
Whelan’s main venue
Jane Willow is a Dublin-based Dutch-turned-Irish musician. She’s performed at Vicar Street, Whelan’s, Temple Bar Tradfest, Body & Soul and Electric Picnic.
She’s opened for Glen Hansard, The Unthanks, Lisa Hannigan, Paddy Casey, Andy Irvine, Kíla, David Kitt, Aoife Scott and Mark Geary. On her debut EP ‘Onward Still’ (Nov 2018) Jane collaborated with musicians Dave Hingerty (drums: Glen Hansard, Josh Ritter) and Vyvienne Long (cello: Damien Rice).
Jane’s debut album ‘Burn So Bright’ is due for release in November 2021. It takes influences from Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake and Richard Hawley. The album will feature string arrangements by Joe Csibi (Head of RTE Concert Orchestra). With Dave Hingerty on drums (Glen Hansard, Josh Ritter) and guest performances by Steve Wickham (The Waterboys), Pat Byrne and more.
This concert will be Jane’s only full band show. All songs of her album ‘Burn So Bright’ will be played front to back.
“An alluring listen full of heart and soul.”
“a remarkable voice” – Hotpress
“a bone fide authentic folk artist about to make a mark.” – REMY
“Jane Willow’s otherworldly voice and serene musicality pulls you into a wonderfully crafted songspace. Luminous, peaceful, comforting and uplifting all at once.” – Fiachna Ó Braonáin (RTE Radio 1)
€15 adv / €20 door
Advance tickets available online from Whelan’s.
– 50c per ticket service charge applies on all bookings. Final ticket price may be higher from other outlets.
Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required