Ryan Sheridan (musician)

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Ryan Sheridan
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Ryan Sheridan at The O2, Dublin in March 2011[1]
Background information
Born (1982-01-28) 28 January 1982 (age 35)
Genres Rock/Pop
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
Years active 2010-present
Labels Rubyworks
Website www.ryansheridanmusic.com

Ryan Sheridan (born 28 January 1982) is an Irish singer, songwriter and guitarist from County Monaghan.[2]

Early life[edit]

Sheridan started playing the fiddle at the age of seven[3] and played Irish traditional music with Comhaltas for several years.[4] At the age of 16 he left Ireland to perform as a dancer with the Riverdance ensemble. He toured the US with Riverdance for four years and then spent two years performing at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway.[5] Sheridan started writing music and playing guitar while living in New York City, and in 2004 Ryan moved to Glasgow to form the rockband Shiversaint. He returned to Ireland in 2006 and met Polish percussionist and cajon player Artur Graczyk who joined the band. When the band split, Sheridan took a two-year break from music to run a venue in his hometown of Monaghan.

Music career[edit]

Sheridan and Graczyk were discovered in Dublin by their future manager, Brian Whitehead on 23 March 2010. When Whitehead saw them playing a cover of Little Lion Man by Mumford and Sons in Grafton Street, he stopped and listened for ten minutes before he dropped his card in Sheridan's guitar case. Whitehead nominated Sheridan's song Machine for the SupaJam competition to win the opportunity to play at the Festival Internacional de Benicàssim in Spain. Sheridan won the competition beating out 3,226 other entries.[6] He played on the Eastpack FIB Club Stage on 17 July.

After a showcase at The Academy in Dublin,[7] he got a record deal with Rubyworks Records and his first single Jigsaw (produced by Billy Farrell) was released in September 2010. Jigsaw was an immediate hit on Irish radio and on iTunes. In December 2010, Sheridan played his first headline tour around Ireland. He also appeared on Other Voices[8] on RTÉ Two television in Ireland. Two songs from this performance was released on the album Other Voices: Series 9, Vol 3 (Live) on 30 Aug, 2013.


Ryan Sheridan started the year with an appearance on The Late Late Show on 21 Jan. On 6 May 2011 Sheridan released his debut album, The Day You Live Forever in Ireland with leading Irish independent label Rubyworks, who licensed the album to Universal Music Germany. The album reached platinum sales status in Ireland and it’s testament not only to its inherent melodic rock/pop strengths but also to Sheridan’s durable presence on the gig circuit, where amidst his own energy-driven, charismatic shows, he has joined amongst others The Script, Bryan Adams and Simply Red as special guest. More recently Sheridan has joined Rea Garvey as special guest on his European tour.

Sheridan’s debut album announced a new and substantial Irish talent that can easily stand up to international scrutiny. The best songs, he says, are borne out of travelling and experiencing different things – of flexing life’s muscles and spreading the wings a little bit. The album contained the singles Jigsaw, The Dreamer and Stand Up Tall. The album debuted at number two[9] on the Irish Albums Chart and was certified with gold sales after five weeks.[10] It was produced by Joe Chester and all the songs on the album were composed by Sheridan. "Stand Up Tall", the third single from The Day You Live Forever, was released on 16 September 2011.

Sheridan was a featured artist at the Concert for Obama on College Green in May 2011[11] and is an ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Ireland.[12]

On 17 September 2011, Sheridan was the first artist to play Croke Park and Aviva Stadium at the same day.[13] He also played two songs during the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final in Croke Park on 18 September 2011.

Sheridan's concert in The Academy on 5 November 2011 was his biggest Dublin show to date. Support acts were singer/songwriter Sara Lou and Consumer Love Affair, with a guest performance by Crowded House bass guitarist Nick Seymour and Tomas Cosinski on guitar. Halfway through the concert Graczyk switched from playing cajon to drums and bass guitarist Neil Dorrington joined the band.

On 25 November 2011, Ryan released a four-track Christmas EP Walking In The Air, with all profits from the sales of the single being donated to Make-A-Wish Ireland. The single was in the top ten of the Irish Singles Chart for Christmas 2011.[14] On 23 December Ryan visited The Late Late Show on RTÉ Television for the second time and the same evening Walking In The Air was number one on the Irish iTunes charts.[15]

Sheridan's video Stand Up Tall directed by Simon Eustace was nominated for best male video 2011 by IMTV - Irish Music Television.


Sheridan's song Take It All Back from The Day You Live Forever featured on Raw (TV series) season 4, episode 1 on RTÉ One.[16] In January his track The Dreamer provided the soundtrack to a Heineken commercial [17] At the beginning of 2012 guitarist Nicky Brennan joined Ryan Sheridan's band. In March Ryan appeared on Bernard Dunne's RTÉ Bród Club performing The Day You Live Forever as gaeilge.[18]

On 20 April Sheridan was presented with a platinum plaque for his debut album The Day You Live Forever [19] at his sold out show in The Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Sheridan played his first London show at the Hard Rock Calling festival in Hyde Park on 15 July.[20] Later on 27 September, Sheridan played a headline performance at The Palace Nightclub on Camden Street in Dublin as part of their Arthur's Day Celebrations.

On 1 November 2012, Ryan signed an international record deal with Universal Music Germany. He followed this with headline appearances at GiftedLive.com at Monroes in Galway on 22 November [21] and at Monto Water Rats in London.

Ryan Sheridan (2013)

Sheridan began 2013 with a heavy tour schedule in Germany. As special guest to Rea Garvey in January and February followed by appearances with Silly in May, he performed to approximately 60,000 people in a matter of months. Sheridan saw inclusion of his song The Dreamer from his debut album featured in The Hardy Bucks Movie soundtrack, album released in Ireland on 22 February.

Sheridan's new look band, now featuring Nicky Brennan on guitar, new drummer Jimmy Rainsford and Tanya O'Callaghan on bass, performed his new single Upside Down on The Late Late Show on 12 April. On 26 April, The Day You Live Forever was released in Germany through Universal Music Germany with two new songs added to its release: Upside Down and Without You. The following week the album reached the top position on the German iTunes chart[22] and as of July 2013, is currently the highest ranked debut album by an International artist on the Official German charts. Sheridan performed his song Jigsaw on the final show of The Voice of Ireland with winner Keith Hanley on 28 April and on 3 May, he made his first German TV performance on Sat.1 Frühstücksfernsehen.[23]

On 4 May, Sheridan announced that cajon player Artur Graczyk had decided to permanently leave the band and would be replaced by Jimmy Rainsford. Bass player Sean Brennan joins the band in May. Sheridan's first headline tour of Germany began in Hamburg on 7 October. With multiple primetime TV and Radio appearances ahead of the live dates, demand for tickets saw promoters adding extra dates and moving shows to bigger venues. It finished on 29 October at The Capitol in Hannover.

On Nov 1, Ryan performed at the Brian O'Driscoll testimonial dinner in Dublin.[24] Ryan's song Awake was featured on the album Simple Things for Cycle Against Suicide which was released on 15 Nov. Sheridan brought his successful year to an end with as headliner at the New Year's Eve Countdown Concert at College Green in Dublin.[25]


The The Day You Live Forever Tour continued in 2014, beginning at The Capitol in Mannheim on 15 February and finishing at The Postbahnhof, Berlin on 2 March. Following the tour, bass player Sean Brennan left the band and was replaced by Darren Sweeney. In April 2014 Sheridan and his band played in Bahrain as part of the Bahrain Irish Festival, returning to Germany on April 26 to play with a 75 piece orchestra for 6000 guests at Pop meets Classic in Braunschweig.

Sheridan wrote the song 'Home' for Mrs Brown's Boys D' Movie.[26] The music video features Irish people (a mix of famous and not) writing what they miss about home.[27]


On April 26 Sheridan performed his new single and the title track to his second albumHere And Now on The Voice Of Ireland Final Season 4. He played at the Munster final (Kerry vs Cork) on July 18. His follow-up single, "Hearsay", reached the Top 20 on the Irish Airplay Chart. August saw Sheridan once again in Germany, appearing at Luhmühlen and Wolfsburg. Sheridan's second studio album Here And Now was released in Ireland on August 28 through Rubyworks. In a David vs Goliath battle, the album beat The Weeknd to the top spot in the Irish Album Charts.[28] The Irish leg of the Here And Now Tour kicked off at Whelans in Dublin on August 28 with a sixteen date tour of Germany from 12 November in Hamburg.


  • The Day You Live Forever (6 May 2011) #2
  • Walking In The Air (EP,25 Nov 2011)
  • Ryan Sheridan Live In Cologne (EP, 14 Feb 2014) Germany
  • Here And Now (28 Aug 2015) #1
  • Jigsaw (Sept 10, 2010) IRE #11
  • The Dreamer (15 April 2011) IRE #25
  • Walking In The Air (25 Nov 2011) IRE #7
  • Stand Up Tall (UK Radio Edit, 1 June 2012)
  • Upside Down (12 April 2013) IRE #22
  • 2 Back To 1 (12 Dec 2014)
  • Here And Now (29 May 2015)

Live band[edit]

Current members
  • Ryan Sheridan – Lead vocals, acoustic guitar (2010–present)
  • Nicky Brennan – Electric guitar, backing vocals (2012–present)
  • Darren Sweeney – Bass guitar, backing vocals, keys (2014–present)
Former members
  • Artur Graczyk – Percussion, cajón (2010–2013)
  • Sean Brennan – Bass guitar, backing vocals (2013–2014)
  • Jimmy Rainsford – Drums, percussion, cajón (2013–2015)


Since the release of Jigsaw Sheridan has been touring extensively across Ireland, Germany and the rest of Europe. In 2015 he also added Australia to his touring list:


  • 05 Apr: F.L.A.M.E Festival, Meath, Ireland
  • 17 Apr: Trinity Ball, Dublin, Ireland

Here And Now Tour:

  • 03 Jul: O'Malleys, Brisbane, Australia
  • 04 Jul: the Tea Gardens, Sydney, Australia
  • 05 Jul: Prince Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
  • 11 Jul: Rosie O'Grady's, Perth, Australia

As special guest to Rea Garvey:

  • 24 Jul: Volkspark, Mainz, Germany
  • 26 Jul: Wasserschloss Klaffenbach, Chemnitz, Germany
  • 06 Aug: A Summers Tale Festival, Luhmühlen, Germany
  • 08 Aug: Sommerfest der Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany
  • 22 Aug: Sugarbeat festival, Galway, Ireland

Here And Now Tour:

  • 28 Aug: Whelans, Dublin
  • 29 Aug: Wexford Opera House, Wexford
  • 30 Aug: The Garage Theatre, Monaghan


The Day You Live Forever Tour part 2:

  • 15 Feb: Capitol, Mannheim, Germany
  • 16 Feb: Garage, Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 18 Feb: Kulturfabrik, Krefeld, Germany
  • 19 Feb: Rosenhof, Osnabruck, Germany
  • 21 Feb: Altes Theater, Magdeburg, Germany
  • 22 Feb: Max, Kiel, Germany
  • 23 Feb: Vamos! Kulturhalle, Germany
  • 25 Feb: Jazzhaus Freiburg, Germany
  • 26 Feb: Sudhaus, Tübingen, Germany
  • 27 Feb: Hirsch, Nurnberg, Germany
  • 28 feb: Beatpol, Dresden, Germany
  • 2 March: Postbahnhof, Berlin, Germany
  • 7 June: NewC Fest, Ballymahon, Co. Longford, Ireland
  • 20 June: Strawberry Fest, Ireland
  • 3 August: Le Cheile Festival, Oldcastle, Meath, Ireland


As special guest to Rea Garvey:

  • 18 Jan:Kempten, Germany - Big Box
  • 19 Jan: Munich, Germany -Kesselhaus
  • 21 Jan: Bremen, Germany - Pier 2
  • 22 Jan: Braunschweig, Germany - Stadthalle
  • 23 Jan: Hannover, Germany - Capitol
  • 25 Jan: Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle
  • 26 Jan: Leipzig, Germany - Haus Auensee
  • 27 Jan: Erfurt, Germany - Thuringenhalle
  • 1 Feb: Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
  • 2 Feb: Turbinenhalle, Oberhausen, Germany
  • 5 Feb: Volkshaus, Zürich, Switzerland
  • 7 Feb: Liederhalle Beethovensaal, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 8 Feb: Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
  • 9 Feb: La Boule Noire, Paris, France
  • 11 Feb: Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 12 Feb: Witloofbar, Bruxelles, Belgium
  • 18 Feb: The Academy, Dublin, Ireland
  • 5 May: Festival of the Fires, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
  • 8 May: YSI Showcase, Dublin [29]
  • 11 May: NDR Magic Sky, Hamburg, Germany

As special guest to Silly:

  • 12 May: E-Werk, Koln, Germany
  • 14 May: Capitol, Hannover, Germany
  • 15 May: FZW, Dortmund, Germany
  • 20 May: Capitol-Offenbach, Germany
  • 21 May: Theaterhaus, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 22 May: Garage, Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 24 May: Uberfest, Malahide Castle, Ireland
  • 31 May: FM104 Dublin Help A Child "The Gig", Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
  • 2 June: Bandon Music Festival, West Cork, Ireland
  • 21 June: A Night For Christy, Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland [30]
  • 22 June: Navan Spiegeltent Festival, Navan
  • 29 June: Live at the Marquee, Cork, supporting The Coronas
  • 30 June: Westport Festival, Westport House, Co. Mayo, Ireland
  • 11 July: Leopardstown, Bulmers Live, Dublin
  • 13 July: Monroe’s Live, Galway
  • 20 July: Stars@NDR2 Radio, Ilsede, Germany
  • 21 July: Tollwood Festival - Munchen
  • 2 Aug: Scarrif Festival, Clare, Ireland
  • 4 Aug: Indiependence Festival, Cork
  • 9 Aug: Sligo Summer Festival, Sligo, with The Original Rudeboys and Kila [31]
  • 16 Aug – Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany
  • 17 Aug – Zitadelle, Berlin, Germany
  • 18 Aug –The Rose of Tralee Festival, Ireland
  • 25 Aug – Carrick On Shannon Festival, Ireland
  • 13 Sept – SWR 3 Pop Fest, Baden Baden, Germany
  • 14 Sept – NDR2 Soundcheck Fest, Göttingen, Germany [32]
  • 7 Oct – Hamburg Prinzenbar, Germany
  • 8 Oct – Berlin Privatclub, Germany
  • 9 Oct – Bremen Fritz, Germany
  • 10 Oct – Braunschweig Hansa Kultur-Club, Germany
  • 11 Oct – Erfurt Centrum, Germany
  • 14 Oct – Leipzig Werk II, Germany
  • 15 Oct – Munchen Strom, Germany
  • 16 Oct – Kempten Kultbox, Germany
  • 17 Oct -Stuttgart Universum, Germany
  • 19 Oct - CH-Zürich Papiersaal, Switzerland
  • 21 Oct – Stuttgart, Universum, Germany
  • 22 Oct – Stuttgart, Universum, Germany
  • 23 Oct – Bochum Zeche, Germany
  • 24 Oct – Frankfurt/Main nachtleben, Germany
  • 25 Oct – Düsseldorf Stahlwerk, Germany
  • 26 Oct – live Music Hall Koln, Luxor, Germany
  • 28 Oct – Meier Music Hall, Braunschweig, Germany
  • 29 Oct – Capitol, Hannover, Germany
  • 20 Nov - Athlone IT Ball, Athlone, Ireland
  • 31 Des - Three NYE Dublin Countdown concert, College Green, Dublin


  • 7 Jan: The Set Theatre, Kilkenny
  • 21 Feb: O2 Academy Glasgow, supporting Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • 22 Feb: HMV Ritz, Manchester, supporting Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • 26 Feb: Cirque Royal, Brussels, supporting Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • 27 and 28 Feb: L'Olympia, Paris, supporting Rodrigo y Gabriela
  • 9 March: The Olympia Theatre, Dublin, playing two songs at Hector's 2FM Elvis Extravaganza
  • 17 April: Punchestown Countdown Party in aid of ISPCC, Naas Court Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare.
  • 18 April: The Limelight, Belfast
  • 20 April: The Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 20 April: Trinity Ball, Trinity College, Dublin
  • 23 May: A Night For Mull, charity event at The Spawell Leisure Complex, Templeogue, Co. Dublin
  • 25 May: Thank You Crumlin Love Mia, charity fashion show at The Convention Centre, North Wall Quay, Dublin [33]
  • 26 May: The Hub, Castlerea, Co Roscommon, Closing performance at Roscommon Rock 'N' Rumble
  • 2 June: Bavaria City Racing, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
  • 3 June: The Courtyard Festival, The Courtyard Hotel, Main Street, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
  • 5 June: La Maroquinerie, Paris, France, supporting Stoned Popes
  • 15 June: Cavan Town Festival, Co. Cavan
  • 23 June: Westport Festival of Music and Performing Arts, Westport House, Westport, Co. Mayo
  • 23 June: Round Ireland Sail Fest, Wicklow Town, Co. Wicklow
  • 24 June: Fortstock Festival, Vances Estate, Scarvy, Clones, Co Monaghan Photos of Fortstock Concert
  • 29 June: Summer Carnival, Beamish & Crawford Brewery, Cork
  • 1 July: Galway Volvo Ocean Race, Galway Docks, Co. Galway
  • 4 July: Rock N' Race 4 July Summer Party, Fairyhouse Racecourse, Ratoath, Co. Meath
  • 6 July: The Garavogue, 15-16 Stephen Street, Sligo
  • 7 July: Bray Summerfest, Bandstand, Bray, Co. Wicklow
  • 15 July: Hard Rock Calling, Hyde Park, London, England[34]
  • 2 August: Mary From Dungloe Festival, Dungloe, Co. Donegal
  • 3 August: Ballygar Carnival, Ballygar, Co. Galway
  • 4 August: Cahersiveen Festival of Music & The Arts, Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry
  • 5 August: Farney Music Festival, Fiddlers Car Park, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan
  • 9 August: Live At Leopardstown, Leopardstown Racecourse, Leopardstown, Dublin
  • 22 August: Special guest to James Morrison, The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo
  • 23 August: Special guest to James Morrison, INEC, Gleneagle Hotel, Killarney, Co. Kerry.
  • 24 August: Dublin Tall Ships, Bulmer’s Music Stage on Georges Dock, Dublin [35]
  • 26 August: Rubyworks 10th birthday celebrations, The Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 27 August: Heineken's Social Sounds Music Festival, 21 Social, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • Sept 2: Electric Picnic Festival 2012, Co. Laois.
  • Sept 7: FM104 End Of Summer Party, The Wright Venue, Dublin
  • Sept 27: Arthur's Day! 4 Dublin shows: Copan, The Temple Bar, Sinnotts Bar and The Palace Nightclub
  • Sept 29: The Uisneach Inn, Killare, Co. Westmeath
  • 22 Nov: GiftedLive.com, Monroes Live, Dominic Street, Galway, Ireland
  • 29 Nov: Monto Water Rats, London, UK
  • 7 Dec: Garavogue, Sligo, Ireland
  • 14 Dec: The O2 (Dublin), supporting The Coronas


  • 2 Feb: The Temple, Carlow
  • 4 Feb: Arts Centre, Wexford
  • 5 Feb: Whelan's, Dublin
  • 6 Feb: Set Theatre, Kilkenny
  • 8 Feb: The Grill, Letterkenny
  • 10 Feb: Boyles, Slane[36]
  • 11 Feb: The Garage, Monaghan
  • 12 Feb: Róisín Dubh, Galway
  • 17 Feb: The Thatch, Tullamore
  • 18 Feb: The Venue, Waterford
  • 19 Feb: Cyprus Avenue, Cork
  • 24 Feb: Dolan's, Limerick
  • 25 Feb: The Queens, Ennis
  • 26 Feb: The Hideout, Warrenpoint
  • 3 Mar: McHugh's, Belfast
  • 4-5 Mar: Supporting The Script at the INEC in Kerry
  • 7-8 Mar: Supporting The Script at the Odyssey Arena, Belfast
  • 10-12 Mar: Supporting The Script at The O2, Dublin
  • 14 Mar: Supporting The Script at the Echo Arena, Liverpool
  • 15 Mar: Supporting The Script at the Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
  • 18 Mar: The Stables, Mullingar
  • 19 Mar: Gonzo Theatre, Cavan
  • 24 Mar: O'Keefes, Clonmel
  • 25 Mar: Supporting Taylor Swift at the Odyssey Arena, Belfast
  • 27 Mar: Supporting Taylor Swift at The O2, Dublin
  • 1 Apr: Olympia Theatre, Inspirations in Aid of Barretstown
  • 2 Apr: Gonzo Theatre, Cavan
  • 7 Apr: Whelan's, Dublin
  • 9 Apr: Spirit Store, Dundalk
  • 15 Apr: TF Royal, Castlebar
  • 16 Apr: INEC, Tralee

Album Tour

  • 5 May: Whelan's, Dublin
  • 6 May: Cyprus Avenue, Cork
  • 7 May: Róisín Dubh, Galway
  • 8 May: Dolans Warehouse, Limerick
  • 10 May: The Garage, Monaghan
  • 11 May: The Set, Kilkenny
  • 12 May: Whelan's, Dublin
  • 13 May: O'Keefes, Clonmel

Summer tour 2011

Winter tour 2011

  • 5 Nov: The Academy, Dublin [39]
  • 8 Nov: Students Union Bar, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare
  • 10 Nov: Ruby Room, Theatre Royal, Castlebar, Co. Mayo
  • 11 Nov: Cyprus Avenue, Caroline Street, Cork
  • 16 Nov: Students Union Bar, DCU, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
  • 18 Nov: Westcourt Hotel, Drogheda, Co. Louth
  • 20 Nov: Turning on the Christmas lights! Monaghan Town Centre, Co. Monaghan
  • 25 Nov: Róisín Dubh, Dominick Street, Galway City, Co. Galway
  • 26 Nov: The Hillgrove Hotel, Old Armagh Road, Monaghan
  • 2 Dec: The Forum, Waterford
  • 3 Dec: Keith Duffy's Autism Ireland Ball, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Co. Wicklow
  • 4 Dec: INEC Acoustic Club, INEC, Killarney
  • 9 Dec: Imperial Hotel, Cavan
  • 10 Dec: The Pavilion, Cork
  • 15 Dec: Dolans, Limerick
  • 16 Dec: Jim Kennedy's, Thurles, Co. Tipperary
  • 17 Dec: The Palace Bar, Navan
  • 27 Dec: The Abbey Hotel, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal
  • 29 Dec: The Royal Theatre & Event Centre, Old Westport Road, Castlebar, Co. Mayo Supporting the Saw Doctors
  • 31 Dec: Guinness Storehouse, St James Gate, Dublin 8 Headlining Dublin New Year Festival Live event



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