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Adrian Crowley
Mellow indie singer/songwriter based in Dublin influenced by the likes of Low, Nick Drake and Leonard Cohen

About Adrian Crowley

Adrian Crowley recorded his first album, 'A Strange Kind', in a Dublin city house and self released it in Ireland in July of 1999. The flickering, low flying super 8 video for the opening song 'Capricorn' became a regular on the (now discontinued) music video programme 'No Disco'. His second album, 'When You Are Here You are Family', was recorded in Chicago in 2000 by Steve Albini. Adrian toured the US in 2003. In 2004 he recorded album number 3, 'A Northen Country'. Following this he toured with Hood in Spain and Portugal, Charlie Parr in the UK, Damon & Naomi in USA, James Yorkston in UK & Ireland, opened for Jose Gonzalez, Howe Gelb, Badly Drawn Boy, did a month long UK tour with Adem played Greenman Festival 2006, Homefires, Homegame (Fence Collective), Pitenweem Festival and in November 2006 played his first London headliner at The Luminaire. He is currently working on his fourth album.


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