Singular Artists present JOHN CRAIGIE

Date: 02 Nov 2022
Time: 8PM (The Cellar)
Ticket Price: €13.00 BUY TICKET


November 2nd, 8pm, The Workman’s Cellar


Singular Artists proudly presents Portland, OR-based singer, songwriter, and producer John Craigie National Irish Tour for November 2022. Taking place in The Workman’s Club, Dublin on 2nd November, Winthrop Avenue, Cork on 3rd November and finally, American Bar, Belfast on 4th November.  Tickets are available from this Friday at 10am. 

John Craigie will release his new album ‘Mermaid Salt’ on 15th April 2022 . 


John Craigie adapts moments of solitude into stories perfectly suited for old Americana fiction anthologies. Instead of leaving them on dog-eared pages, he projects them widescreen in flashes of simmering soul and folk eloquence. On his 2022 full-length album, Mermaid Salt, we witness revenge unfurled in flames, watch a landlocked mermaid’s escape, and fall asleep under a meteor shower. 

After selling out shows consistently coast-to-coast and earning acclaim from Rolling Stone, Glide Magazine, No Depression, and many more, his unflinching honesty ties these ten tracks together.

The album comes from the solitude and loneliness of lockdown in the Northwest. Someone whose life was touring, travelling, and having lots of human interaction is faced with an undefinable amount of time without those things. 

“I got time to silence all the noise and chaos of touring and look inward,” he observes.

Craigie had reached a series of watershed moments in tandem with Mermaid Salt. Beyond headlining venues such as The Fillmore and gracing the stage of Red Rocks Amphitheater, his 2020 offering Asterisk The Universe earned unanimous tastemaker applause. 


Rolling Stone noted, “tracks like ‘Don’t Deny’ and ‘Climb Up’ bridge a Sixties and Seventies songwriter vibe with the laid-back cool of Jack Johnson, an early supporter of Craigie,” while Glide Magazine hailed it as “one of his best records.” 

Perhaps, No Depression put it best, “For many weary and heavy- listeners hearted, the album might be exactly what they need.” Along the way, he gene