Cork singer, songwriter Stephanie Rainey to headline Sunday mornings on RedFM

Popular Glanmire artist Stephanie Rainey stole the hearts of fans back in 2015 when she shot to fame after the video for her ballad ‘Please Don’t Go’ became an overnight viral hit.

Thrilled to now have a whole new platform to connect with her fans, Stephanie is really excited to take the reins on ‘Sunday Brunch with Stephanie Rainey,’ the newest show on Cork’s most listened to radio station – RedFM.

Stephanie spoke in advance of her new Sunday morning show, noting the support she has received.

“I am always really grateful to the people of Cork for supporting my career and RedFM has been so supportive to me over the years.

“As a radio station, they are a great supporter of Irish music, great supporters of local talent and events in Cork, so for me RedFM is a great fit.”


Writing from the heart, Stephanie has released a string of hits including ‘100 Like Me’ and ‘Question Mark’ and is very proud of how her songs resonate and connect with people.

She says she wants her Sunday Brunch show to be uplifting and as positive as possible, along with connecting with RedFM’s audience, hearing their stories and becoming their Sunday morning radio friend.

“I grew up listening to Sunday morning radio with my parents – it was always on – so it’s a really cool slot for me to get, I’m really excited about it, that it’s at that time.

“So I hope that I can carry through some of what I do as a musician, and what I am about to the radio show and that it translates.”


Speaking about Stephanie’s appointment, Diarmuid O’Leary CEO of Cork’s RedFM says “We’re delighted that Steph Rainey is joining us next weekend. We’ve watched her successful music career develop over the last 6/7 years and we’re excited about her next chapter.

“Stephanie will be live on Cork’s RedFM every Sunday from 10am – 2pm, connecting with Cork people through great music, storytelling and fun.”

So join Stephanie for Sunday Brunch live on air and online each and every Sunday from 10am to 2pm, only on Cork’s RedFM.