Tralee Singer/Songwriter Releases Debut Single

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Owen Rua.

TRALEE singer/songwriter Owen Rua has released his debut single ‘Do You Ever Think of Me?’ last Friday.

The single is receiving a great reaction so far with interviews and plays on Spin South West, Indie Star radio, Limerick 102fm, Radio Kerry, Near Fm, Mid West Radio, KCLR96fm as well as being playlisted on RTE 2xm and write ups from Hot Press Magazine.

Owen blends acoustic guitars with, folk and soul sounds, drawing influence from the likes of Hozier, Lewis Capaldi and Sam Smith, to create his upbeat pop sound.

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Growing up in a very musical household, and from a young age Owen knew he would embark on a journey to try to make his dreams come true.

Fully immersing himself into music, this led Owen to Rome where he studied music in Saint Louis College. Along with this, he graduated of a 4-year degree from the Cork School of music.

Coming back to Ireland, Owen would regularly perform around the country, making him a well-known in his hometown of Tralee.

Storytelling is an important part of the creative process for Owen. ‘Do You Ever Think of Me?’ is a tale of heartbreak and the feeling of abandonment after a relationship, but with upbeat melodies.

‘Do You Ever Think of Me?’ is his first single release of 2020. His debut EP is set to release in 2021, expect to see a lot more from this prolific singer-songwriter.

To listen to the single check out the links below…

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