These have been some monumental times for Northern Irish singer-songwriter Shea Rafferty. As one of the headliners at The British Country Music Festival 2023, he also performed Nashville Meets London, supported Joshua Hyslop at OMEARA, sold out The Old Blue Last, alongside a wave of continued support from Matt Spracklen on CountryLine Radio, Iain Anderson at BBC Scotland, Ralph McLean at BBC Ulster, and featured on RTÉ Radio 1’s Recommended List.

His highly-acclaimed second album 'Making History' - produced by Tim Prottey-Jones - saw him embark on an enormous UK tour, performing to packed crowds at iconic venues such as The 100 Club in London, The Fleece in Bristol, Oran Mor in Glasgow and Manchester Academy.

In 2024, Shea will get back into the studio to record his much-anticipated third album.