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INXS Announce New Singer Ciaran Gribbin

Tuesday, 27 September 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
INXS Announce New Singer Ciaran Gribbin

INXS has announced that singer/songwriter Ciaran Gribbin has joined the band as their new front man, and have recently unveiled the first new demo recording with their new singer, titled 'Tiny Summer,' which can now be heard exclusively at www.inxs.com.

The band has confirmed they are continuing to write and record new songs with Gribbin for a future new studio album release. In addition, INXS and new singer Gribbin will be performing their classic hits along with the new collaboration live for the first time together during a run of upcoming shows in South America, Australia, and Europe during November and December. Additional dates to be announced.
 
Hailing from Belfast, Ireland, Ciaran Gribbin is a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter who has worked with a range of artists including Snow Patrol, Groove Armada, Paul McCartney, Madonna & Paul Oakenfold (for which he received a 2010 Grammy nomination as a co-writer, with Oakenfold, of Madonna’s worldwide hit 'Celebration').

Following the success of 'Tiny Summer,' co-written by Andrew Farriss and Gribbin, Farriss stated he “felt magic” again when writing this song with the Irish singer.  “I’m currently writing more songs for INXS with Ciaran, and we as a band hope to share more new music with you all as soon as possible,” said Farriss.
 
INXS will hit the road early November to present their new show, INXS ‘Now Playing…like you have never seen them before.’

INXS Confirmed Tour Dates are as follows:
 
November 2011

Nov 3rd - Arequipa, Peru
Nov 5th - uenos Aires, Argentina    

December 2011

Dec 3rd - Perth, Australia
Dec 8th - Amsterdam, Holland
Dec 11th - Paris, France  
Dec 12th - Gent, Belgium

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