Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Sinead O'Connor: I and I and Sly (and Robbie)

Here's the latest from soundgenerator.com:

Sinead O'Connor has scheduled her first UK live dates in over three years, with three shows this winter.

The Irish singer/songwriter recently returned to the spotlight after a two-year absence. In 2003, O'Connor declared her music career to be over, saying "I seek no longer to be a 'famous' person, and instead I wish to live a 'normal' life," She also declined several tour options around that time, declaring her daughter Roisin was too young is to be alone for such a long time.

Now, the often-controversial artist is set to return to the live arena with three dates with current producers Sly & Robbie in November. O'Connor is reportly releasing a series of albums in the year ahead, the first being a reggae effort (the follow up to 2002's "Sean Nos Nua"), which was recorded with the seminal production act.
Wouldn't it be great if she put out an amazing record that sold a billion copies? And then toured with the Rolling Stones? And then starred in "Scream 4"?

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