Stephanie Rainey kicks off 2018 with the release of her new single ‘Question Mark’ on 23 February to coincide with a host of headline shows across the country.
2017 saw Stephanie Rainey play the main stages of Ireland’s biggest festivals Electric Picnic and Indiependence and she capped off 2017 with her first first 5 date tour of Ireland with sold out shows.
Now in 2018, she is about to embark on her spring tour, which sees her playing in venues doubled in capacity. Live, audiences are captivated by Stephanie Rainey’s honesty and humour and she never fails to make a connection. With only a few tracks released so far, she manages to have people singing for the duration of her shows while for songs like ‘Please Don’t Go’, you could hear a pin drop.
Stephanie Rainey’s headline tour of Ireland kicks off on 28 February in Dublin’s Sugar Club followed by a sold out show in Mike The Pies, Listowel on 1 March, Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on 2 March, Limerick’s Dolans on 8 March, De Barra’s in Clonakilty on 9 March and Galway’s Roisin Dubh on 10 March. Tickets are on sale now for all shows from Ticketmaster or local venues box offices.
Stephanie has the look of a young Chrissie Hynde and her songs lie in the emotional hinterland between Adele and Ed Sheeran. Her music is not about gloss and glamour but the grit and grind of the real world. Her’s is a voice that is authentic and honest.
Stephanie Rainey is the Irish singer songwriter who made the impossible happen. With no funding, 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, had more than a million hits (it quickly rose to 5 million views across both Facebook and YouTube), offers pouring in from US and UK record companies and world-wide media attention.
‘Question Mark’ is available for streaming and download across all digital platforms from 23 February 2018.