STEPHANIE RAINEY has just released her new single 'Question Mark', the follow-up to her radio hit 'Sorry', and singles '100 Like Me' and 'Nothing Of You Left To Love', which have amassed nearly 10 million streams across all platforms.
The Cork born singer-songwriter will play the Róisín Dubh on Saturday March 10 at 8pm, and has been making waves since she emerged with the song ‘Please Don’t Go’, written in response to the loss of her one-year-old nephew, Fionn, from meningitis.
That song achieved more than one million hits in 24 hours after Rainey - who had spent a decade trying to break into the music business, and had no manager, no contacts, and no carefully calculated social media campaign - uploaded it to Facebook. It has since achieved five million views on Facebook and YouTube and led to offers from US and UK record companies.
Rainey, whose inspirations include Alison Krauss, Coldplay, Neil Young, and Florence and The Machine, has since had more than 6,000 plays on Irish radio in 2017 and played Electric Picnic and Indiependence.
Tickets are available from www.roisindubh.net; the Ticket Desk at OMG Zhivago, Shop Street; and The Róisín Dubh.