Tuesday March 31, 2020

On the road: songwriter David Keenan’s life of exploration and connection

The Dundalk singer’s debut album is released this Friday, ‘but gigging the record is where the excitement really lies’

12th January, 2020
David Keenan: the Dundalk singer/songwriter will perform at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on Monday January 13. Picture: Ruth Medjber

“For someone who’s just releasing a new record, it’s been heavy on the road for that last few years. You’ve found me in a place where I’m resting like a wounded animal.”

David Keenan is slightly under the weather, getting over the last bits and pieces of Christmas back home in Dundalk. He speaks in understatement; A Beginner’s Guide to Bravery – his first album,...

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