A homegrown talent on the rise

“Sofar Sounds”, founded in 2010 is a global, grass roots network of musicians, hosts and guests.

Their aim is to bring the magic back to live music by curating secret, intimate gigs in unique spaces.

From living rooms to churches, clothes shops to upmarket furniture showrooms, the goal is to create performance spaces where the audience lives in the moment and listens closely to the music.

We caught up with Derry born, Roisin Donald, known in the music industry as “Roe”, after her Sofar Sounds gig in a barber shop in Belfast.

To see the interview in full, click the link below.

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