Eir Other Voices Festival has joined with Dublin duo All Tvvins to announce the final list of artists who will make the journey to Dingle this December, to perform at St. James’ Church.

All Tvvins Photographed by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com

Between Friday 2nd and Sunday 4th of December, All Tvvins will join a mix of Irish and international artists to record the fifteenth series of the music TV show, which airs on RTÉ2 in 2017.

In an exclusive eir Other Voices performance filmed in their recording studio, All Tvvins confirmed appearances in Dingle from internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Imelda May, rising Irish hip hop artists Rusangano Family, who were of course the first act to be announced in June, atmos-folk duo Saint Sister, trad act Caoimhin O’ Raghallaigh & Cormac Begley and Irish dance band Le Galaxie.

All Tvvins performed an acoustic version of the track “Thank You” from their 2016 debut IIVV.   The announcement and performance is available to view on the eir Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/eir.

They’ll join Lisa Hannigan, Rejjie Snow, Pixie Geldof, Margaret Glapsy, Girl Band and Kojey Radical.

The St. James’ Church recordings will be hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Dublin born/London made DJ and broadcaster Annie Mac and Fight Like Ape’s leading light May Kay.

Across the weekend in Dingle, thousands of music fans will take to the annual Music Trail, in association with Heineken, where more than seventy artists from diverse musical backgrounds will perform free concerts in venues throughout the town and beyond, before and after the church shows. Also free and open to the public is Banter, hosted by Jim Carroll. eir will be live streaming the St James’ Church performances to ten venues across Dingle, so not a note will be missed.

This year’s performances in Dingle will be cut together with recordings from the recent Other Voices Austin sessions.  Artists who took part in Other Voices Texas include Willie Nelson, Mumford and Sons, Conor Oberst, Cage the Elephant, Gregory Porter, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Wild Child and a host of others.