The Lost Brothers performing at the Solstice Arts Centre. Photo: Enda Casey

Seamus Fogarty to join Lost Brothers in Navan concert

The Lost Brothers - Oisín Leech and Mark McCausland - bring their celebrated annual concert to the Solstice Arts in Navan on Friday 2nd December.

The band has toured internationally, hailed as one of the finest Irish bands of the last decade, with strong roots in Meath as Leech is a native of Navan.

“This gig is always one we look forward to because it’s completely unique and the atmosphere is always special," he says.

Lost Brothers have played Glastonbury, the BBC Electric Proms, the BBC Culture Show, Other Voices and have graced the main stage at Electric Picnic. With an all-star band line up the Solstice Arts shows are not to be missed.

Special guest in Navan will be Domino Records artist Seamus Fogarty who has become one of the finest songwriters on these isles. Based in London but a native of Mayo, Fogarty’s songs are built with stunning melodies and supreme craftsmanship.

The Irish Times wrote: "e deftly walks the line between the sublime, the beautiful and the surreal. His skill as a lyricist is celebrated as is his unique vocal power. Fogarty’s ghostly emotional wallop of the tunes will take your breath away.”

“Seamus opened for us in London at a Union Chapel and I was stunned by his songs” explains Leech. “He’s one of our best songwriters. It’s wonderful to have him visit Navan."

This concert is almost fully booked. To avoid disappointment visit Tickets also from the Solstice Box Office on (046) 909 2300.