Lisa Margaret Hannigan is an Irish singer, songwriter, and musician.She began her musical career as a member of Damien Rice's band.Since beginning her solo career in 2007 she has released two albums: Sea Sew (2008) and Passenger (2011).Hannigan's music has received award nominations both in Ireland and the USA.Some of Hannigan's live recordings were made available through trading networks radio shows.These recordings included: "Willy" by Joni Mitchell, "Be My Husband" by Nina Simone (from the 1965 album Pastel Blues), "Mercedes Benz" by Janis Joplin and "Love Hurts" by Roy Orbison.Usiamo i cookie per personalizzare i contenuti, rivolgere le inserzioni al pubblico giusto e misurarle e per fornire un'esperienza più sicura.Cliccando o navigando sul sito, acconsenti alla raccolta da parte nostra di informazioni su Facebook e fuori da Facebook tramite i cookie.
And now they’ve been married for almost twelve years and expecting their third child! There’s a reason why Damien’s songs are beautifully bittersweet.
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Thankfully, though still officially based in Dublin, she’s newly married to a Londoner and has been spending more time here since the song was written. That was early days, you know when you’re just dropped somewhere in London and you have no idea how anything connects together,” she says. And there are so many Irish people here that it just feels like we’re part of the fabric of the whole thing.” Hannigan, 35, will be all over the place during the next few months as she tours to promote her imminent third album, At Swim. Even before she was a solo artist she was very much in the game.
You may still know her best as the swooning female voice on Damien Rice’s first two albums, O and 9, and as the earner of the biggest cheers at his concerts when she stepped forward to take her turn at the microphone.