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Music / March 30, 2022

Other Voices returns to RTÉ on April 14

Villagers by Rich Gilligan
Music / March 30, 2022

Other Voices returns to RTÉ on April 14

Words: Dylan Murphy

Running for six weeks, Other Voices is releasing never-before-seen interviews and a series of performances from the 2021 edition of the Dingle showcase.

Every year, music fans make the pilgrimage to the far corner of the island to embrace acts from Ireland and beyond in the intimate confines of Dingle, Co. Kerry. 2021 saw performances from Sam FenderSigridDamien DempseyOrla GartlandGemma Dunleavy and more. Now, Other Voices has revealed the performances and a number of exclusive interviews will be available to watch on RTÉ2 and worldwide on the RTÉ Player.

Hosted by Annie MacmanusMayKay and Huw Stephens, episode one features Orla Gartland, Tebi Rex, Sprints and more.

Speaking on Other Voices, Founder Philip King, said, “In this our twentieth year, it is again a delight and a privilege to host Ireland’s and some of the world’s most exciting musicians and artists in the beautiful town of Dingle, West Kerry, right at the edge of Europe. The music captured is uplifting and inspirational and it’s a joy to share this music with everybody on RTÉ2 television and with the world on the RTÉ Player.”

For Those I Love in Dingle for series 19.

The series finale celebrates Damien Dempsey and reminisces on a career that’s spanned two decades.

Other Voices series twenty begins on Thursday 14 April at 23.00 on RTÉ2 and will be available internationally on the RTÉ Player.

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