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Event date: 
29 January 2021
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Zoom Webinar

We are excited to announce that JC Stewart will be joining ICMP for an exclusive Online Q&A.

The Singer-Songwriter and 'Professional Sad Boy' became one of the breakthrough artists in 2020 with his Singles 'Lying that you love me' and 'I need you to hate me'. He gained more than 70 Million streams to date as well as airplay from the likes of BBC Radio 1.

Originally from a farm in Northern Ireland, his career kicked off when he met Lewis Capaldi at a party in Hollywood. They started hanging out and writing songs, which eventually landed JC a co-write on Lewis Capaldi's No. 1 debut album (on the song Hollywood).

During the first lockdown, JC gained international attention with his Quarantine-version of the Friends theme song, which was shared by the likes of Jennifer Aniston and Good Morning America. He has previously toured with Lauv, Anne Marie and Lewis Capaldi.

The event will show JC Stewart in conversation with ICMP tutor Megan O'Neill.


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