Aoife O’Donovan

Kaia Kater’s new album, Strange Medicine (out today,  May 17, 2024 on Free Dirt Records), opens with a haunting vision. Accompanied by Aoife O’Donovan, Kater sings of the women burned at the stake as witches in 17th century Salem, Massachusetts and their wish to strike back: “I dreamt I moved through you and / Burned my name into your chest”.

Aoife O’Donovan - who recently unveiled her new solo album All My Friends - has announced a collection of new tour dates this Summer and Fall with support from ​​instrumental acoustic ensemble Hawktail, including The Wallis Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.

The new single from Kaia Kater's upcoming full-length album Strange Medicine is out now! "The Witch" is a piercing look at how men have labeled women over the centuries. Here's Kaia's own words about it: "I specifically wanted to write about the way men historically have branded women as temptresses, harlots, sirens and shrews, and then sought to reflect this visually – the letter A for adulteress, the burning of flesh to symbolize evil.  The first woman labeled a witch in Salem was a Black woman by the name of Tituba.

This summer, the Momentary will play host to a remarkable gathering of musical talent as FreshGrass | Bentonville returns to Arkansas on May 17th and 18th. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Ozarks, the festival is now in its fourth year and has rapidly become a beacon for both traditional and innovative roots music.

Grammy-Award winner Aoife O’Donovan has released her new solo album, All My Friends, today. The 9-song collection - O’Donovan’s first self-produced LP - is inspired by the passage of the 19th amendment and the evolving landscape of women’s rights in America over the past century.

Michael Dorf Presents is thrilled to announce a stellar lineup of artists for the 19th annual Music Of tribute concert, this year honoring the music of the legendary Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Set against the backdrop of the iconic Carnegie Hall on May 13, 2024, The Music of Crosby, Stills and Nash not only promises to be a night of unforgettable performances; it also supports a noble cause, directing proceeds to music education for underserved youth.

“Once in a lifetime the power is ours, but we’d rather stare at our phones,” Grammy-Award winner Aoife O’Donovan sings on the first verse of her new single “Over The Finish Line.” Written by O’Donovan shortly after the murder of George Floyd, “Over The Finish Line” reflects on the state of the country and reminds listeners of our civic duty to vote and fight for positive change.

Just prior to the 2020 shutdown, 10-time IBMA award winning fiddler/singer/songwriter Becky Buller and Grammy winning singer/songwriter Aoife O'Donovan collaborated to create this air of wistful longing for mental, emotional and spiritual rest. “Jubilee”   fell into the dark dearth of the pandemic years, laying dormant until the FreshGrass Foundation commissioned Becky to write a performance piece for debut at their 2023 Bentonville, AR, festival.

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan has unveiled a new single “Daughters” from her forthcoming studio album All My Friends, due out March 22nd via Yep Roc Records. As with the entire collection, “Daughters” is a meditation on the eternal quest for women’s rights and equality.

GRAMMY Award-winning artist Aoife O’Donovan announces changes to her anticipated "Nebraska" tour dates, offering fans an opportunity to experience her highly-acclaimed performance of Bruce Springsteen’s album "Nebraska" at a rescheduled date.

BOULDER THEATER: Aoife O'Donovan Plays "Nebraska"

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