Tenth anniversary homecoming Lost Brothers gig

THE Lost Brothers will be playing a special one-off homecoming concert in Omagh Strule Arts Centre, on December 16.

The internationally acclaimed folk duo comprises of The Boneyard’s own Mark McCausland from Omagh and Oisin Leech from Navin.

The gig kickstarts an extensive tour which brings them across Britain and Ireland, Europe, America, and Australia, before they return home in the summer to play festivals.

The tour is in support of their new album, ‘Halfway Towards a Healing’, which will be released on January 26, 2018.

The album was recorded in Tucson Arizona and was produced by legendary cult indie artist, Howe Gelb. Guests on the album include Steve Wickham of the Waterboys and members of Giant Sand, while three of the songs were co-written with Glen Hansard.

The gig will mark the tenth year anniversary of the Lost Brothers together as a band. For those who attend the gig, there will be advance copies of the new album available exclusively at the show, one month ahead of its official release.

Guests on the night include Steve Wickham, and support comes from Shane McAleer and Eamon MacElholm.

This will be a celebration not to be missed!

Tickets are available from the Strule Arts Centre box office or online at

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