"On a mission to put Rock into Irish Country"
Originally from Germany, Sina Theil started playing piano and writing songs at the age of 7, picking up a guitar at 18 and since flourishing into an accomplished recording artist. Sina left Germany for Spain where she played with a local Spanish band and recorded her first few demos, before finally arriving in Dublin to pave her career on the Irish music scene and becoming a student at BIMM. While making her way busking on the streets of Dublin, she gained experience in live performance as the front-woman of a rock group.
In 2017 Sina was signed to Downda Road Productions and has since scored seven #3 singles in the Irish Country Download Charts including four #1 singles. She also achieved a #2 with the single "Sam's Coming Home" which was recorded for Mayo based Childhood Cancer Charity Gearóid's Smile. The song was centred around Mayo's unsuccessful bid for All Ireland glory in 2017. Sina's connection with Mayo GAA goes back to a chance recording of her reworking of "Galway Girl" outside McHale Park which received over 91,000 views and resulted in a major increase in her popularity and constant gigging, especially in the West of Ireland.
Sina's latest release is a Brandy Clark song called "Stripes" which reached #2 in the Country iTunes Charts and is getting great reception from radio DJ's all around the country. The official video is available on Youtube. To date, Sina's songs have been played on many Irish, UK based and International stations, including OceanFm, Radio Kerry, Clare Fm, Galway Bay, Kfm, LMFM, and many more and stacked up over 1.1 Million radio listener impressions.
Another of Sina's original tracks 'Weight of the World' appeared on the Charity Album 'The Positive Touch' alongside songs from artists such as Paddy Casey, Mundy, The 4 Of Us, The Devlins, The Blades, Gavin Glass and more. During a very successful launch at The Workman's Club in Dublin, Sina gained great exposure as she joined Paddy Casey and Mundy on stage for a memorable performance and was awarded "Song of the Week" on Highland Radio, KFm, Dundalk Fm, Way Out Radio UK, and Belgium Country Radio. More recently, she has been featured and interviewed on Keep It Country TV and appeared in RSVP Magazine, the Irish Mirror and various local press publications.
She is currently working on her debut covers album "Under Cover" which is due out in June and will include a selection of her favorite songs. Later this year, she is expected to release her original album which is set to establish her as a major player on the Irish Country Rock scene. She is also collaborating with other Downda Road artists including exciting new material and festival performances with alt-rock band Vagabonds and Thieves.
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