- 02 Sep 19
Tickets for the Derry singer-songwriter's Irish shows go on sale this Friday.
Following the success of his recent singles 'Bones' and 'Have You Had Enough Wine?', Irish singer-songwriter JC Stewart has announced his biggest Irish headline shows to date at The Academy in Dublin on May 27 and The Limelight in Belfast on May 28.
The self-described "Professional Sadboy" has seen his career shoot to new heights over the last twelve months, with previous Hot Press Tracks of the Day 'Like I Did' and 'Medicine' firing him past the 10 million streams landmark. Citing the likes of Hozier, Dermot Kennedy and Tom Waits among his influences, he also earned co-writing credits for Lewis Capaldi's 'Hollywood', which featured on the chart-topping album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.
Now the Derry-born artist's live profile is exploding too, with all four shows in his upcoming residency at The Islington in London selling out with a matter of hours.
Tickets for JC's Dublin and Belfast shows go on sale this Friday, September 6. See full tour dates below:
— JAY SEE STEWART (@jcstewart) September 2, 2019
Read our recent interview with JC, in which he talks co-writing with Lewis Capaldi, working with Nile Rodgers and Northern Irish politics here.