Aoife O’Donovan Performs Progressive Bluegrass and Folk Music at The Center for the Arts

The Irish-American, Grammy award-winning songwriter and musician Aoife O’Donovan will play in Grass Valley at The Center for the Arts on April 9. She has released 3 critically-acclaimed solo albums and is currently on tour in support of her 2022 release Age of Apathy, a deeply personal record produced by Joe Henry with guest performances by Allison Russell and Madison Cunningham.

O’Donovan’s three studio albums are only a fraction of her extensive songwriting talents. She is co-founder of the band I’m With Her, a powerful trio with Sara Watkins and Sarah Jarosz, releasing their debut album See You Around in 2018 and earning a Grammy for their song “Call My Name” in 2019. She also co-founded the string band Crooked Still and is the featured vocalist on the 2013 Grammy winning album The Goat Rodeo Sessions, a chamber-Americana album project with cellist Yo-Yo Ma, fiddler Stuart Duncan, bassist Edgar Meyer, and mandolinist Chris Thile. She further spent a decade contributing to the radio variety shows “Live From Here” and “A Prairie Home Companion.”

Her unique songwriting has led her to be featured in films and television including the film Get Low (2010 Sony Pictures), HBO’s True Blood, and ABC’s Private Practice.

Aoife O’Donovan has been a working and touring musician for nearly two decades; don’t miss her performance at The Center for the Arts alongside opener Taylor Ashton.

The Center for the Arts reminds patrons to visit the website to check for updates on COVID related safety regulations before purchasing tickets.

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