Fresh from the success of her Pot Of Gold album success, Yorkshire’s Rosie Doonan releases her new single Lay Your Love
Rosie can also be seen live at the following venues:
17th March @ Cumberland Arms, James Place St, Newcastle NE6 1LD £8/£7 with THE SNAP DRAGONS
19th March @ Shaw Theatre, Leeds, LS6 4BR £10
20th March @ The Boardwalk, Snig Hill, Sheffield S3 8NA £7
23rd March @ The Biddulph Arms, Congleton Rd ST8 6QJ £12 with THE SNAP DRAGONS
25th March @ Trowbridge Arc Theatre, Trowbridge, Shropshire, BA14 0ES £10.50 Cons £8
26th March @ The Beehive, Swindon with THE SNAP DRAGONS
Rosie Doonan has the ability to perfectly bridge the dichotomy between self-reflection and free expression.
This is eminently visible on her brand new album “Pot Of Gold” which delivers Rosie’s unique brand of heartbreaking yet redemptive stories, finished with her own ethereal touch.
“One of Britain’s finest young songwriters…blessed with a beautiful expressive voice….Pot of Gold is a real treasure.”
Rock n Reel Magazine
Hot on the heels of her second solo album Pot Of Gold and her recent single Fall For Me, Rosie Doonan returns festively refreshed with the follow up second single Lay Your Love, an upbeat tale of a torrid break-up which finds it’s roots in traditional British folk-pop with a sprinkling of Americana for good measure.
“She demonstrates through her versatility as a musician, her colourful allure, her captivating charisma and perhaps most importantly, her remarkable voice, just why she is one of Yorkshire’s brightest prospects at the moment.”
Dig Yorkshire – 5* Live review
The close of 2010 returned some early Christmas presents for Rosie with the initial release of the album selling well at retail and gigs. The debut single Fall For Me received good support at BBC Radio 2 with Steve Lamacq airplay as well as a number of regional BBC live sessions and airplay support.
Press was also kind and came with high critical acclaim, one describing Rosie’s effortless ability as
‘Reminiscent of possibly the greatest songwriter of all, Tom Waits.’ Noise Noise Noise
2011 is looking positive with new single “Lay Your Love”, a raft of new dates announced, a number of folk festival appearances and a BBC Raw Talent session in the works.
The rainbow gets brighter and at the end of it is Rosie Doonan and her Pot Of Gold.
"Pot Of Gold" has a healthy mix of pop sensibilities that should appeal across a broad audience and some cleverly thought out songs that should hold the audience once they've arrived. Fatea Magazine
“Pot of Gold is a beautifully crafted piece of work by a beautifully talented musician” Noise Noise Noise