Few individuals in the musical world are as outspoken as this politically-charged voice and Irish icon - a voice that's as loud as ever in 2014. Having courted controversy from the very start of her career in the 1980s, she's always had the substance to back up the posturing. Things are no different this year, with fans waiting with anticipation for the release of her new album I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss this summer.
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This musical and political firebrand was first introduced to the wider world through a collaboration, co-writing and providing vocals for the song 'Heroine' with U2 guitarist The Edge. Proving she had what it takes to make it in the industry, she produced her first album The Lion and the Cobra herself, with the record proving a huge smash on its 1987 release. She went on to be a controversial and successful figure in pop, often commenting on tensions in her native Ireland, including showing support for the Provisional IRA early in her career - later claiming she was too young to understand the situation. In 1990 her music made the headlines again with her stunning version of the Prince-penned song 'Nothing Compares 2 U'. Going from strength to strength, she continued to release albums through the noughties, including her lauded return to form Theology.
2014 has seen her in a similarly creative mood. Prepping to release I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss, another album of original material, she's about to be shoved into the limelight once more. Don't miss out on the chance to see this important voice in modern music live - get Sin�ad O'Conner tickets on StubHub UK, assured under out industry-first FanProtect Guarantee.
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