Independent Irish singer songwriter and musician, Peter Doran, will perform in the Dean Crowe Theatre bar on Friday, October 7, as the Dean Crowe Sessions make an autumn season return.
The Dean Crowe Sessions is a series of intimate live music gigs featuring independent artists who perform at the Dean Crowe Theatre bar. There is free admission to the performance which commences at 8pm.
In recent years, Peter has headlined shows in Holland, Germany, England, Ireland, Belgium and New York and opened shows for Mick Flannery, The Lone Bellow, Declan O’Rourke, Fionn Regan and Duke Special.
In 2014 Peter released his fourth studio album “Outlines” to critical acclaim in Ireland. “Always Kind”, the lead single, received great support at RTE Radio 1 and John Creedon remarked that “this guy is bound for glory if he’s not careful”. The album was recorded in a small lake house in the Irish countryside and was the artist’s most direct and sparse work to date.
“Voices” is the fifth studio album from the Mullingar native, while “Every Little Thing” from his 2012 album “Overhead the Stars” has been played over 1,300,000 times on Spotify and is the theme tune for the American podcast series “The Minimalists”.
This gig is kindly supported by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Westmeath County Council as part Phase 4 of the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme.