David Keenan, one of the most promising artists from Ireland in recent years, will for the first time play in Poland.
David Keenan’s amazing vocals and ability to write truly moving lyrics have made him one of the UK’s most promising songwriters. Hailing from Dundalk, Ireland, Keenan will come to Poland in November to perform material from his debut album A Beginner’s Guide to Bravery at Warsaw’s Pogłos club.
Although the album, released early last year, is Keenan’s first full-length, this young artist has been creeping into listeners' hearts since 2017, when the brilliant Cobwebs EP saw the light of day. Since then, David Keenan has been regularly spoiling his fans with new, highly atmospheric tracks inspired by the work of artists such as Bob Dylan, Jeff Buckley and The Dubliners. Equally telling is the list of artists who openly cite Keenan himself as their inspiration. Glen Hansard, Gary Lightbody from Snow Patrol or Hozier, whom David accompanied on stage during his last world tour, are just the beginning of the official list of David’s fans, which grows longer every week.
The exact schedule of the concert will be published here and on the organizer’s website in the week in which the event will take place.