The talented brothers O Suilleabhain bring energetic humor and harmony to their unique brand of inspirational pop, which includes original songs and some virtuosic beatboxing. They also perform sacred music from the Gregorian chant and Irish sean nos traditions (most recently at St. Patrick’s Cathedral). What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with a night of joyful music?
Hearthfire presents Size2shoes on Friday, March 23, 2012. We will gather at 7 PM for a concert at 8. Snacks, drinks and guests are welcome! We will pass the hat for the lads (suggested minimum donation: $20). RSVP by Friday, March 16th, for directions, and to ensure your place. We hope you will join us for this intimate evening of music, story and song!
UPDATE: As of 3/16/12, the show is now SOLD OUT. To add your name to our waiting list, please contact us.
Owen (31) and Moley (27) O Suilleabhain, two brothers from Ireland, are singers with a rich musical heritage. From their mother, renowned Irish singer and theologian Dr. Noirin Ní Riain, they learned Irish traditional song and Gregorian chant. They perform internationally with their mother in the vocal trio A.M.E.N. They also inherited music from their father, Dr. Mícheal Ó Súilleabháin, a leading Irish musician and composer. As Size2shoes, Owen & Moley combine upbeat lyrics and acoustic guitar with Irish hip hop and tight vocal harmonies. Their fans include Russell Crowe, executive producer of their forthcoming album, and Steven Spielberg, who invited the brothers to sing in a feature film after seeing them perform in Ireland. They recently moved to New York to bring their unique Irish blend to America. Find them online at: http://www.size2shoes.com