Rising female country star and Cingle Records flagship artist, Rainey Qualley, just returned from a 10-day trip to the UK and Ireland promoting her Turn Down The Lights EP. Stops included two prominent television shows, media stops, radio programs and performances in London and Dublin. While there, she was thrilled to learn her “Me And Johnny Cash” single topped the Ireland Country iTunes Chart and rave reviews including:
“Stunner Rainey Qualley has shot to stardom in her own right as one of America’s hot young country singers”
*Eddie Rowley – Sunday World Newspaper.
“‘Me And Johnny Cash’ is a superb, up-tempo song that is ideally suited to Rainey’s exceptional voice.”
* Beverley Stafford, Presenter, The Country Lounge, CRC FM
“Rainey Qualley is the full package with massive potential. ‘Me And Johnny Cash’ is such a catchy tune and the quality of Rainey’s voice unquestionable. Certainly a rising star in country music, with a bright future.”
* Stephen Keogh, Presenter, American Country Show, KFM Radio
The trip began with a visit to Today FM’s Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show, a national monitored radio station that services all of Ireland and a large part of Eastern UK. She then performed on RTE 1’s The Ray D’Arcy Show and RTE’s Today Show both popular National Irish TV programs.
Qualley, who was recently announced as one of CMT’s “Next Women of Country Music,” was well-recieved by Irish music lovers and she is already looking forward to a return trip. In addition, Billboard Magazine listed her as one of their “13 Country Artists To Watch,” and The Tennessean newspaper included her as one of their top five new female artists. (Qualley pictured above with Ray D’Arcy)https://www.countryschatter.com/2015/11/cingle-records-rainey-qualley-visits-uk-and-ireland-for-tv-radio-tour-dates/NewsPress ReleaseToursCingle Records,Ireland itunes charts,Me and Johnny Cash,Rainey Qualley,Ray D'Arcy,Sunday World newspaper,Tje Country Lounge,UK Tour