Irish songstress and internet sensation Donna Taggart is to release a new double A side single, and announces a solo UK tour

Irish songstress and internet sensation Donna Taggart is to release a new double A side single, and announces a solo UK tour

Donna Taggart is an Irish singer/songwriter, who’s distinctively sensitive yet powerful voice immediately captures the hearts of those who hear her.

Donna has seen a meteoric rise to international fame and is now one of Irelands most prolific international stars. With Number One records in 8 different countries including the United States, and with over 150 million streams for one of her songs, Ireland’s songstress Donna Taggart is taking the world by storm.

As Donna hits the UK for a nationwide tour (see dates below) she will release a double A side single, featuring her smash hit ‘Jealous of Angels’, which went viral on social media and catapulted Donna to worldwide international stardom. In just one week the song reached 25 million hits online propelling her to No. 42 in the US iTunes charts, No 1 in the iTunes Easy listening charts in 8 different countries and No. 1 in the US Billboard World Album Catalogue for 3 weeks. The song currently stands at 150 million hits across all social media platforms, a phenomenal achievement for the songstress who has no record label!

Jealous Of The Angels’ is the perfect introduction for Donna to the UK Market and showcases her hauntingly beautiful vocals and sensitive interpretation of the song.Completing the double A side is ‘Guiding Light’, which was written by Northern Irish singer songwriter Foy Vance and featured Ed Sheeran on the original release.

Jealous of the Angels/Guiding Light is out on Friday 1st June.

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UK tour dates:

6th June Core Theatre, Solihull

7th June The Concorde Club, Eastleigh

8th June The Core Corby Cube, Northampton

9th June Beck Theatre, Hayes

10th June Princess Theatre, Hunstanton

12th June Harpenden Public Halls

13th June Prince of Wales Theatre, Cannock

14th June Palace Theatre, Redditch

15th June The Stables Theatre, Milton Keynes

16th June Rhodes Art Complex, Bishop’s Stortford

17th June Grove Theatre, Dunstable

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