Today, Aoife O’Donovan performed her hit song “Phoenix” off of her record Age of Apathy for the Rachel Ray Show.
O’Donovan is nominated for three GRAMMY® Awards – Best Folk Album (Age of Apathy); Best American Roots Performance (“Prodigal Daughter” featuring Allison Russell); Best American Roots Song (“Prodigal Daughter” written by Aoife O’Donovan and Tim O’Brien). Buy/listen to Age of Apathy here.
Lit by a golden haze, the folk-singer songwriter rings in the tune with a reflective strum. Behind her is the Age of Apathy band: Isa Burke on guitar, Ethan Jodziewicz on bass, and Robin MacMillan on drums. The musicianship of this ensemble rivals none, and leaves no room for debate of O’Donovan’s deserved nominations.
The 65th GRAMMY Awards® will air live on Sunday, February 5 on CBS!
This performance follows recent appearances on The Kelly Clarkson Show (w/ Allison Russel), CBS Saturday Morning, and Jimmy Kimmel Live (w/ Allison Russel), below.
This spring, O’Donovan will be taking her acclaimed full album cover version of Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska on tour in the UK and US. Full dates can be found below.
Aoife O’Donovan Plays Nebraska
Jan 30 — London, UK @ Kings Place
Jan 31 — Glasgow, UK @ Center For Contemporary Arts
Feb 1 — Glasgow, UK @ Oran Mor %
Feb 2 — Leeds, UK @ Left Bank
Mar 15 — Alexandria, VA @ Birchmere ^
Mar 16 — New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom ^
Mar 17 — Cambridge, MA @ Sanders Theatre ^
Mar 18 — Brownfield, ME @ Stone Mountain Arts
Apr 12 — Stoughton, WI @ Stoughton Opera House *
Apr 13 — Evanston, IL @ SPACE *
Apr 14 — St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club *
Apr 15 — St. Louis, MO @ Sheldon Concert Hall *
Apr 16 — Nashville, TN @ Basement East *
% = performing with the Age Of Apathy band
^ = with very special guests Hawktail
* = with very special guests The Westerlies