It’s a Shame All Christmas Songs Are Cheesy, Writing One Is Quite Easy
The Next Day
Star in the Sky
Self-professed rockstar Rory Wynne began writing music at 11. Aged 13 Wynne released his 1st single Heart of Stone which got the attention of BBC DJ Tom Robinson who gave Rory his first radio airplay calling him "A true rock n roll poet".
Following this Wynne had a lot of airplay on Xfm from John Kennedy to whom Rory sent a demo and subsequently was invited to record a session aged only 14. Inspired by this Wynne self-released his 2nd single Post Party Confusion in November '14. BBCR1 DJ Phil Taggart played it several times on his show. From this Rory was contacted by Conrad Murray a Manchester based manager who has the likes of The Stone Roses, Courteeners, Blossoms on his roster, the two began working together. Wynne's next release Why Don't You came in November '15 which was a live favourite of the audiences Wynne had been playing to. Following this Wynne spent '16 developing his live show playing shows around the UK gathering experience. '17 saw the release of Wynne's first EP What Would Rory Wynne Do? in February with Star in the Sky being produced by James Skelly & Rich Turvey (Blossoms, The Coral) with Wynne taking on producing duties himself for the other 3 tracks. This release was followed up with the NME Tour which saw Wynne play across the UK supporting Blossoms. Following this Wynne supported Blossoms at their huge outdoor hometown show at Castlefield Bowl to over 7,000 people. Wynne released his Debut Album 'Rory Wynne - LP' in early 2018.