Why Not Her?

Áine Tyrrell & Ruthanne

November 17, 2020 RuthAnne & Aine Tyrrell Season 1 Episode 1
Why Not Her?
Áine Tyrrell & Ruthanne
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Why Not Her?
Áine Tyrrell & Ruthanne
Nov 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
RuthAnne & Aine Tyrrell

Today we discuss how finding your voice can open many doors to experiencing life to the fullest with our co-founder Áine Tyrrell and special guest RuthAnne.

Having lived in Australia for a decade, Irish born singer-songwriter Áine Tyrrell rewrites what is imaginable every step of the way. Whether she is captaining her infamous 1966 Bedford Tour Bus or whether she is carving a unique musical path melding her own Irish roots from the ancient limestone rocks of Country Clare with her respect of the red dirt roads of 60,000 years of Indigenous culture in Australia, she is doing it all to her very own beat. It is no surprise then that The Australian warned early on that “Tyrrell's incredible journey is one you'd be well advised to follow.”

Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known professionally as RuthAnne, is an Irish singer-songwriter. She is best known for co-writing "Too Little Too Late", performed by the American singer JoJo, "In the Name of Love" performed by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha, "Work Bitch" performed by Britney Spears, "Slow Hands" performed by Niall Horan, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go", "No Control" performed by One Direction and "Beautiful World" performed by Westlife. She also wrote and vocally features on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack with her song "Pray". She also has uncredited vocals for the Avicii song, "All You Need is Love", on Avicii's True album. Her new song 'Remember This' is out now.

Check out Why Not Her? and join the movement.
Music used in this podcast is by Ooyy Come 2gether

Show Notes

Today we discuss how finding your voice can open many doors to experiencing life to the fullest with our co-founder Áine Tyrrell and special guest RuthAnne.

Having lived in Australia for a decade, Irish born singer-songwriter Áine Tyrrell rewrites what is imaginable every step of the way. Whether she is captaining her infamous 1966 Bedford Tour Bus or whether she is carving a unique musical path melding her own Irish roots from the ancient limestone rocks of Country Clare with her respect of the red dirt roads of 60,000 years of Indigenous culture in Australia, she is doing it all to her very own beat. It is no surprise then that The Australian warned early on that “Tyrrell's incredible journey is one you'd be well advised to follow.”

Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known professionally as RuthAnne, is an Irish singer-songwriter. She is best known for co-writing "Too Little Too Late", performed by the American singer JoJo, "In the Name of Love" performed by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha, "Work Bitch" performed by Britney Spears, "Slow Hands" performed by Niall Horan, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go", "No Control" performed by One Direction and "Beautiful World" performed by Westlife. She also wrote and vocally features on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack with her song "Pray". She also has uncredited vocals for the Avicii song, "All You Need is Love", on Avicii's True album. Her new song 'Remember This' is out now.

Check out Why Not Her? and join the movement.
Music used in this podcast is by Ooyy Come 2gether