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Glen Hansard

Kölner Philharmonie
May. 8th, 2019
118 fans interested
I Was There
Kölner Philharmonie
Bischofsgartenstraße 1, Cologne, Germany
May. 8th, 2019
7:00 PM
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About this show
Support by Joe Quartz http://joe-quartz.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1ckSfDIciU https://www.facebook.com/joe.quartz.16
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About Glen Hansard
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It is July 2017, and Glen Hansard is sick and wandering the streets of Paris. It’s been a long spell on the road. Barely two weeks have passed since he wrapped up a supp...
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Ptaikrita
May 8th 2019
Wondrous! The show was opened by an experimental Jazz duo, Joe Quartz, whom Glen had invited from Paris, before Glen and his band entered the stage. The first few songs from the new album (This Wild Willing) were stirring with an angry undercurrent but transitioned into quieter ones with mercurial ease. They then softened into the gracefully intimate sound of his earlier albums (e.g. Rhythm And Repose, The Swell Season, Didn’t He Ramble), just to let it grow into the blasting soundscape of a big band. Glen interspersed the set with anecdotes on the songs’ making, with birthday greetings for Paula Hughes and Joe Doyle, with a guest appearance and with lots of humour, of course. The evening concluded with a beautiful unplugged rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Passing Through”.
About this show
Support by Joe Quartz http://joe-quartz.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1ckSfDIciU https://www.facebook.com/joe.quartz.16
About Glen Hansard
Americana
Folk
It is July 2017, and Glen Hansard is sick and wandering the streets of Paris. It’s been a long spell on the road. Barely two weeks have passed since he wrapped up a supp...
Read More
Find out more
Fan Live Reviews
Ptaikrita
May 8th 2019
Wondrous! The show was opened by an experimental Jazz duo, Joe Quartz, whom Glen had invited from Paris, before Glen and his band entered the stage. The first few songs from the new album (This Wild Willing) were stirring with an angry undercurrent but transitioned into quieter ones with mercurial ease. They then softened into the gracefully intimate sound of his earlier albums (e.g. Rhythm And Repose, The Swell Season, Didn’t He Ramble), just to let it grow into the blasting soundscape of a big band. Glen interspersed the set with anecdotes on the songs’ making, with birthday greetings for Paula Hughes and Joe Doyle, with a guest appearance and with lots of humour, of course. The evening concluded with a beautiful unplugged rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Passing Through”.