Following the phenomenal success of Other Voices' recent live-streamed series Courage, the popular music event returns to its Dingle homestead this December, for a series of choice music events - and viewers will be able to watch live via RTÉ Culture. 

Bringing It All Back Home is a five-day digital festival featuring a number of Irish-based acts performing live from the church of St James in Dingle, home to many of Other Voices' most memorable sessions. "We will collapse distance between the Church of St James here in Dingle, in the Gaeltacht of West Kerry and homes all around the island of Ireland and across the whole wide world," says OV founder Philip King. "It will be an experience like no other, in a year like no other. You are invited to take the best seat in the house."

The first round of Irish based acts announced for Bringing It All Back Home include: For Those I Love - the project of multi-instrumentalist and producer David Balfe, singer-songwriter Niamh Regan, up and coming alt-pop singer Luz, rapper Nealo, Grammy-nominated folk artist Rhiannon Giddens and musical partner Francesco Turrisi, American composer and musician Peter Broderick and acclaimed indie rock four-piece Pillow Queens. 

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