Aoife O’Donovan has earned nominations for three 2023 GRAMMY® Awards: Best Folk Album for Age Of Apathy, Best American Roots Performance for “Prodigal Daughter” ft. Allison Russell, and Best American Roots Song for “Prodigal Daughter” written by Aoife O’Donovan and Tim O’Brien!
Produced by fellow GRAMMY-winner Joe Henry (Bonnie Raitt, Rhiannon Giddens), Age Of Apathy garnered wide critical acclaim including The New York Times who hailed the single “Prodigal Daughter” as “a musical hint at multi-generational bonds,” adding that “as drama and tension rise, [O’Donovan’s] voice grows quieter and clearer.”
Recorded through a unique residency with Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL, Aoife worked both on-site at the university’s studio with GRAMMY-nominated engineer Darren Schneider while collaborating entirely remotely with Henry.
Watch a live performance of “Prodigal Daughter” with Allison Russell, recorded live at the 2021 Newport Folk Festival:
The 65th GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast on CBS Television Network on Sunday, February 5, 2023!
Aoife O’Donovan 2023 Tour Dates
Jan 31 – Centre for Contemporary Arts – Glasgow, UK+
Feb 1 – Oran Mor – Glasgow, UK
Feb 2 – Left Bank – Leeds, UK
Feb 3 – Sage Two – Gateshead, UK
Feb 4 – Kings Place – London, UK
Mar 15 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA*
Mar 16 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY*
Mar 17 – Sanders Theatre – Cambridge, MA*
Mar 18 – Stone Mountain Arts Center – Brownfield, ME+
Apr 12 – Stoughton Opera House – Stoughton, WI^
Apr 13 – SPACE – Evanston, IL^
Apr 14 – Turf Club – St. Paul, MN^
Apr 15 – The Sheldon Concert Hall – St. Louis, MO^
Apr 16 – The Basement East – Nashville, TN^
*performing the album Nebraska solo, with special guests Hawktail
+performing the album Nebraska solo
^performing the album Nebraska solo, with special guests The Westerlies