Damien Rice tunes

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Damien left his band, fled to Italy, and wrote O!

Originally, Rice was a member of Juniper, but on the evening of recording their first full album, he changed his mind and left the band.

Damien fled to Italy to start afresh by writing songs and busking his way around Europe.

Back in Ireland, Damien got in touch with David Arnold and together they recorded the album O in ’02. This launched Damien Rice to the world, possibly down to having the hit Cannonball on it.

Other great Damien Rice tunes include Delicate, Volcano, and The Blower’s Daughter, all from the debut album.

Since the release of O, Damien Rice has toured the world and shared stages with legends and peers.

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Cannonball chords

You can learn how to play Cannonball by Damien Rice using chords, lyrics, chord analysis, and Spytunes video guitar lessons.

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Still a little bit of your taste in my mouth…

Damien Rice on the web

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