Jennifer Licko

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  • A Celtic Christmas Concert with the Jennifer Licko Band

    This show was on Dec 11th, 2014 | 39 people watched
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    • Dec 12
      The audio and video were really poor. Too bad because these are talented musicians!! Didn't do them justice but it was fun to be with them for an evening.
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  • Jennifer Licko

    This show was on Dec 5th, 2013 | 14 people watched
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Bio

"Licko certainly has a voice made for the concert hall"
...Boston Irish Reporter

An International touring artist and featured on national radio in the US, Jennifer has proven herself as a
respected musician within the Celtic genre while acquiring fans outside of that niche. Jennifer
masterfully combines the Appalachian music of her North Carolina roots with the... more

"Licko certainly has a voice made for the concert hall"
...Boston Irish Reporter

An International touring artist and featured on national radio in the US, Jennifer has proven herself as a
respected musician within the Celtic genre while acquiring fans outside of that niche. Jennifer
masterfully combines the Appalachian music of her North Carolina roots with the traditional Celtic music
of her ancestors. "Jennifer Licko could very well be the heir-apparent to Canada’s Loreena McKennitt
and Clannad’s Maire Brennan,” says Celtic Life Magazine. !
The music of the holiday season has strong roots in Celtic traditions; Jennifer Licko will be singing
familiar Christmas songs such as ‘We Three Kings’ and ‘What Child Is This’ along with songs sung in
Gaelic including her original, 'Nollaig na mBan' (Women's Christmas.)
Jennifer’s band includes three time All-Ireland fiddle champion, Dylan Foley, who has been called "One
the finest Irish fiddlers of his generation." Jennifer’s long time British producer Bob Noble is on
keyboards and vocals; his credits include playing with AHA, Midnight Runners, Joan Armatrading, Cliff
Richard, Judie Tzuke, Bob Geldof and more.
Jennifer’s most recent album ‘A Thousand Curses Upon Love’ has been receiving critical acclaim from
the Celtic/Folk and World music community and is receiving national radio airplay. The Irish Edition
writes, “At times, Jennifer Licko has a haunting vibrato in her voice, at times she attacks songs with a
deep feeling, but she always attracts as she sings."

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