- Film & TV
- 14 Jul 22
'The Main Stage' will air on RTÉ One every Friday at 9.30pm with hosts Erica Cody and Danny O'Reilly, featuring the best of Ireland's musical talent.
The third episode of 'The Main Stage' is set to hit Irish screens Friday, July 15 on RTÉ One.
Hosted by RnB singer-songwriter Erica Cody, and Danny O’Reilly, lead singer with The Coronas, 'The Main Stage' is a new Friday night music show on RTÉ One. The show will feature live studio performances, interviews and general craic, celebrating a feast of Irish artists and unique collaborations from the worlds of Rock, Folk, Trad and RnB.
The third episode of 'The Main Stage' is set to feature The Stunning, Niwel Tsumbu, Mundy, Wild Youth, Farah Elle and Soulé.
Opening the show The Stunning perform their track 'Romeo’s On Fire', featuring the incredible guitarist Niwel Tsumbu. Later on in the show the band perform an exclusive of their new single 'Some Sweet Love'. The Stunning will also close the show with special guest Mundy singing 'Heads Are Gonna Roll'.
Next on 'The Main Stage', Irish pop singer-songwriter Soulé will wow audiences with her hit track 'Queenish'. During the show, viewers will be treated to a Soulé and Erica-Cody collab - the duo will sing an exclusive performance of Erica Mendoza’s 'On and On'.
Wild Youth will take to the stage after an introduction from their number one fan. The indie-pop band will perform their new single 'Live Without You', followed later on in the show by their hit 'Next To You' from their EP Forever Girl.
Rising Irish artist Farah Elle will chat to Cody and O'Reilly about her forthcoming album, and wow the RTÉ One audience with her incredible rendition of Massive Attack’s iconic track 'Teardrop'.
Past episodes of the summer music show have featured Lyra, Rejjie Snow, Villagers, Cormac Begley, The Coronas, Mick Flannery & Susan O’Neill, Gabrielle Aplin, and The Scratch.
You can check out episodes one and two of 'The Main Stage' here, ahead of Friday's new edition.
The Main Stage airs every Friday at 9.30pm for 6 weeks from the July 1 on RTÉ One.
- Film & TV
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