Irish singer Glen Hansard is due to perform on the terrace at Prague Castle’s Riding School on Tuesday night. Hansard, who is promoting his first solo album Rhythm and Repose, will be backed by members of The Frames, the band that he has led for over two decades. The musician, who is 43, won an Oscar with the Czech singer Markéta Irglová for the song Falling Slowly and has been a regular visitor to the Czech Republic for many years. Tuesday’s show, which is part of a new initiative to bring live music to Prague Castle, is sold out.
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