Stef Campbell is a singer/songwriter based in Northern Ireland. Singing catchy folk and Americana influenced songs, she is a “guitar-wielding storyteller” (folkandtumble.com), “stringing sentiments together most beautifully and intelligently” (DestinationNewry.com).
Stef has been performing since 2012 as a solo act, and in 2013 put together a band of incredible musicians who have been performing together playing Stef’s songs since August 2013.
Stef has had a busy year, with performances at the Atlantic Sessions (including an intimate Brunch session with Ralph McClean), Maiden City Festival, Hilden Beer Festival, Sunflowerfest and stages around Belfast and beyond, such as Saints café, the Empire Belfast and the Black Box. She has also had the pleasure of sharing a stage with some amazing local talent, such as Andrew Farmer, Ciaran Lavery, Rachel Austin, Katie Richardson and Master and Dog. She has also had some radio play, with a live session with both Blast 106 and Ralph McClean’s Local voices, as well as several internet radio shows (E.g., aiiradio.net, FRQ.net) and a TV performance on TG4’s The “Roisin Show”.
Stef released two EPs (“Bad girl boots” and “Take me home”, both available now at http://www.stefcampbell.bandcamp.com, plus iTunes, Amazon and to stream on Spotify.