Irish singer-songwriter Hozier made an appearance last week on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to perform his gripping single “Nina Cried Power." The powerful title track of his newest EP is an ode to famed singers who fought injustice and adversity through their music, and even features legendary rhythm and blues singer Mavis Staples.
Hozier capped off an impressive 2015 with yet another accolade, taking home Song of the Year for soulful ballad "Take Me to Church" at the BBC Music Awards held earlier this week. As the only category voted on by the public, it’s considered a highly coveted honor and the Irish singer/songwriter bested stiff competition such
Taking a break from his current U.S. tour, Irish singer-songwriter Hozier appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this week to perform new single "Jackie and Wilson." Check out the clip below and cheers to raising children "on rhythm and blues."
It was no surprise that Irish singer/songwriter Hozier played his Grammy-nominated single “Take Me to Church” during his phenomenal set at Coachella on Saturday. But he did have one big surprise up his sleeve. After he got the massive crowd in front of the festival’s main stage to sing “Happy Birthday” to bassist Alex Ryan,
Irish artist Hozier performed his breakout hit "Take Me to Church” at last night's Grammy Awards, dazzling the Staples Center audience with his glittery Gretsch G5265 Jet Baritone guitar. Hozier had another ace up his sleeve with the amazing Annie Lennox joining him for a magical cover of "I Put a Spell On You." Watch