Rowlette is a London/Ballina based independent female folk-pop singer-songwriter. As a solo performer with an acoustic guitar, she is recognised for her powerful vocals, inspirational lyrics and captivating performances.
“Rowlette’s vocal is strong and instantly evocative, keeping her listener emotionally
invested with her storytelling" - (When The Horn Blows)
You're most likely to catch Rowlette singing about topics such as breaking the mould, friendship, embracing ambition and living in the present.
“Musical poetry. Rowlette has an incredible, unique ability to tell a story through her
music. Certainly one to watch in the Irish music industry.” - Eoin Beatty (KFM)
Rowlette’s appeal has found her popping up just about everywhere…from radio stations in Ireland to Australia, Spotify Playlists from Pop Right Now to NMF Iceland, RTE 1 and 2fm to your local Lidl, Hot Press to the cover of Mayo Now, and her song be shared on several of Irish influencers instagrams to the Sopranos’ Joe Gannascoli tweeting her latest track.
"Rowlette knows how to make a great song" - (David Dwane)
Rowlette has performed to audiences across the country including venues such as Cork Opera House, Theatre Royal and the Pavillion, with recent appearances at Claremorris Folk Festival (Villagers, The Stunning), the Workman’s venue and the Sound House. In June she will be performing at the well-known Green Note venue in London and be headlining in the Royal Theatre Castlebar.
Rowlette has just released the heart-wrenching track “The house where we used to live”, the first of 6 off of her latest project.