Rosalie Cunningham Tickets

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Rosalie Cunningham
Rosalie Cunningham

‘Rosalie Cunningham is a rock star ... she exudes an effortless charisma and quiet confidence. The
music she makes is meticulously but lovingly designed to blow minds.’ – METAL HAMMER

Multi award-winning singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rosalie Cunningham (ex
Purson/Ipso Facto) released her Mercury Music Prize nominated, self titled début album in 2019
through Esoteric Antenna, earning a Top 10 placing in the UK’s official independent chart and
attracting fantastic reviews and stellar ratings from Classic Rock, Uncut, Mojo and Kerrang.
Rosalie built on her burgeoning reputation as an original and thought-provoking songwriter and
musician with the release of her second solo album ‘Two Piece Puzzle’ (also through Esoteric
Antenna) to universal acclaim in 2022. The Times - 4/5 ‘fantastic’; Powerplay - 10/10 ‘a heady mix
... all infused with Rosalie’s unique ability to entertain and enthral the listener’; Shindig - 5/5 ‘sexy,
loud and bursting with ideas’; Uncut - 8/10 ‘dazzling’.
During 2022 and 2023, an extensive and punishing touring schedule taking in venues and festivals
throughout the UK and Europe gave audiences the opportunity to experience Rosalie’s compelling,
captivating and charismatic live performance at first hand. These, together with the acclamation
afforded to ‘Two Piece Puzzle’, culminated in her being named Female Vocalist of the Year in January
2023 by the readers of PROG magazine.
The amazing reaction to these exhilarating and dynamic live performances led to one of the more
intimate shows on her September 2023 UK tour being recorded - ‘Live at Acapela’ was released as a
CD by Machine Elf Records in December 2023.
2024 commenced with a hugely successful appearance at Fusion Festival in the UK, followed in April
by a 17-date tour of Scandinavia and Europe taking in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands
and Belgium. Rosalie returned to Sweden in June appearing at Muskelrock.
When her hectic touring schedule has allowed, Rosalie has been working on her third solo studio
album, ‘To Shoot Another Day’. This is scheduled for release in Autumn 2024, again through
Esoteric Antenna. The vinyl version of the album will be available exclusively through
www.rosaliecunningham.com .
The first tracks released from ‘To Shoot Another Day’ were ‘Return of The Ellington’ and ‘Home’ -
available as a limited edition 7” vinyl single exclusively through Rosalie’s website and digitally
through Esoteric Antenna via all the usual streaming platforms.
Rosalie will be appearing at the famed Rockpalast in Germany in October, to be followed in late
November and throughout December by the most extensive tour she has yet undertaken as a solo
artist. This will take in dates in France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech
Republic.

‘If Kate Bush and The Beatles had a baby it would be Rosalie Cunningham.’ – CLASSIC ROCK        

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Rosalie Cunningham

‘Rosalie Cunningham is a rock star ... she exudes an effortless charisma and quiet confidence. The
music she makes is meticulously but lovingly designed to blow minds.’ – METAL HAMMER

Multi award-winning singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rosalie Cunningham (ex
Purson/Ipso Facto) released her Mercury Music Prize nominated, self titled début album in 2019
through Esoteric Antenna, earning a Top 10 placing in the UK’s official independent chart and
attracting fantastic reviews and stellar ratings from Classic Rock, Uncut, Mojo and Kerrang.
Rosalie built on her burgeoning reputation as an original and thought-provoking songwriter and
musician with the release of her second solo album ‘Two Piece Puzzle’ (also through Esoteric
Antenna) to universal acclaim in 2022. The Times - 4/5 ‘fantastic’; Powerplay - 10/10 ‘a heady mix
... all infused with Rosalie’s unique ability to entertain and enthral the listener’; Shindig - 5/5 ‘sexy,
loud and bursting with ideas’; Uncut - 8/10 ‘dazzling’.
During 2022 and 2023, an extensive and punishing touring schedule taking in venues and festivals
throughout the UK and Europe gave audiences the opportunity to experience Rosalie’s compelling,
captivating and charismatic live performance at first hand. These, together with the acclamation
afforded to ‘Two Piece Puzzle’, culminated in her being named Female Vocalist of the Year in January
2023 by the readers of PROG magazine.
The amazing reaction to these exhilarating and dynamic live performances led to one of the more
intimate shows on her September 2023 UK tour being recorded - ‘Live at Acapela’ was released as a
CD by Machine Elf Records in December 2023.
2024 commenced with a hugely successful appearance at Fusion Festival in the UK, followed in April
by a 17-date tour of Scandinavia and Europe taking in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands
and Belgium. Rosalie returned to Sweden in June appearing at Muskelrock.
When her hectic touring schedule has allowed, Rosalie has been working on her third solo studio
album, ‘To Shoot Another Day’. This is scheduled for release in Autumn 2024, again through
Esoteric Antenna. The vinyl version of the album will be available exclusively through
www.rosaliecunningham.com .
The first tracks released from ‘To Shoot Another Day’ were ‘Return of The Ellington’ and ‘Home’ -
available as a limited edition 7” vinyl single exclusively through Rosalie’s website and digitally
through Esoteric Antenna via all the usual streaming platforms.
Rosalie will be appearing at the famed Rockpalast in Germany in October, to be followed in late
November and throughout December by the most extensive tour she has yet undertaken as a solo
artist. This will take in dates in France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech
Republic.

‘If Kate Bush and The Beatles had a baby it would be Rosalie Cunningham.’ – CLASSIC ROCK