Interview: Adrian Crowley on his ninth album and getting back on the road
Once referred to as the best songwriter no one had heard of by Ryan Adams, Adrian Crowley has made a name for himself as a nuanced and creative musician
As considered in person as he is through his music, Dublin-based songwriter and musician Adrian Crowley is cautiously coming around to the notion that he will soon be touring and performing in front of people. We won’t go so far as to say that he is giddy with expectation, but he’s certainly close to it.
To tie in with his new album, The Watchful Eye of the Stars, a tour is...
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