Rainey, Check out this Stephanie Rainey interview ahead of her Sugar Club show this Wednesday.

The Sugar Club, Dublin: Wednesday 28th February, 2018. Click here to view available tickets.

Stephanie Rainey is all set to play The Sugar Club, Dublin this Wednesday 28th February. Check out this recent interview with Rob Moro here:

Music | Interview: Stephanie Rainey

Stephanie Rainey has also announced former “Original Rudeboy” as support for her highly anticipated up and coming Irish Tour.  Following on from his success as songwriter, vocalist & guitarist with The Original Rudeboys during their impressive five year reign, the band received Gold & Platinum records for sales in Ireland with their two albums ‘This Life’ & ‘All We Are’. Rob Burch has announced he will be linking up with Stephanie which includes a date in The Sugar Club, Dublin on Wednesday 23rd February. Click here to view available tickets.

Rob said “Great news. I’m so happy to be supporting Stephanie on her tour and it starts in Dublin Feb 28th. See you soon.”

Meanwhile Stephanie said “Delighted to have the amazing and lovely Rob Burch joining me on this upcoming tour! Tickets available on Ticketmaster.ie and from venue websites! Go go go x

Stephanie Rainey is the Irish singer songwriter who made the impossible happen. With no money, no manager, no contacts and no carefully calculated social media campaign, she created a music industry stampede of epidemic proportions with just one heart-stopping song – ‘Please Don’t Go’. Within 24 hours of the song being uploaded onto Facebook, Stephanie – who had spent a decade trying to break into the music business – had more than a million hits (it quickly rose to five million views across both Facebook and YouTube), offers pouring in from US and UK record companies and world-wide media attention.

For the Cork-born singer it was a bitter sweet moment of triumph. The song was not just her last roll of the dice as an artist but it was sparked by the devastating loss of her one year old nephew, Fionn, from meningitis. Coupled with a powerful, poignant lo-fi video for the song featuring friends – including her brother Dylan and the cult Irish comedian Cian Twomey – who had each suffered the loss of a loved one, holding up photographs and placards with messages of how each family member had died and what they wanted to say to them.

Stephanie – whose influences encompass Alison Krauss to Coldplay and Neil Young to Florence and The Machine – says: “I had absolutely no idea of the impact that one song and that one video we made would have.

Stephanie Rainey




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