Hozier W/ George Ezra At Electric Factory Philadelphia Pa (3/7) Sold Out

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HOZIER w/ George Ezra at Electric Factory - Philadelphia PA (3/7) - SOLD OUT Saturday March 7th, 2015 Electric Factory 421 North 7th Street Philadelphia PA 19123 Hozier http://hozier.com/home/ https://www.facebook.com/hoziermusic https://twitter.com/Hozier http://instagram.com/hozier A unique and intelligent singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who cites James Joyce's Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, Leonard Cohen, John Lee Hooker, and community choral singing among his influences, Hozier (his stage and performing name) was born Andrew Hozier-Byrne on March 17, 1990 (which just so happened to be St. Patrick's Day) in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. The son of a local blues musician, he literally grew up with the blues being played all around him. He joined his first band when he was 15, gravitating toward R&B, soul, gospel, and, of course, blues. Hozier started a degree in music at Trinity College Dublin, where he was involved with the Trinity Orchestra, but dropped out in his first year to record demos for Universal Music. From 2009 to 2012, he sang with AnĂșna, an Irish choral group, and toured internationally. He released a solo EP, Take Me to Church, in 2013, and when a video for the powerful title track, which directly addresses gay discrimination in Russia, went viral on YouTube and Reddit, Hozier found himself with an international audience. A second EP, From Eden, appeared in the spring of 2014. George Ezra http://www.georgeezra.com https://www.facebook.com/georgeezramusic https://twitter.com/george_ezra http://instagram.com/george_ezra Hertford-reared, Bristol-based singer/songwriter George Ezra possesses a deep, resonant, and emotionally weathered voice that belies his considerable youth. Influenced by similarly precocious troubadours like Bob Dylan and Hank Williams, Ezra was just 19 when he issued his debut single "Budapest," a warm, amiable, and soulful slice of classy folk-pop that invoked names like Willy Mason, Ben Howard, Ray LaMontagne, and Tom Odell. That song, along with three others, appeared on his 2013 debut EP Did You Hear the Rain?

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