Sophie’s popularity is rising on UK tour

Despite the heavy rainfall Sophie Debattista is continuing to charm and gain popularity on her tour of the United Kingdom.  The former Maltese Junior Eurovision participant is performing at many festivals and making a positive connection with audiences.

Sophie performed at a special event in Luton to celebrate the arrival of the Olympic Torch.  She took to the same stage as popular British teen band, The Wanted.

She then went on to sing at the Festival Too at King’s Lynn, Norfolk. This is Europe’s biggest open air and free festival.  Sophie performed with established artists such as Lemar and UK X Factor runner up, Marcus Collins.

Then Sophie took part at the World Pride event in Trafalgar Square, London with the likes of Boy George.

Her fan base is rising all the time and she still has concerts in England to perform at Dunstable, Huddersfield, York, Norwich, Doncaster, Liverpool, Weymouth, Rugby and Manchester.

Sophie is currently working on her self penned debut album to be released later this year and her new single, a cover of the Bobby Herb/Boney M classic, Sunny, is coming this summer.

You can see the story of Sophie’s appearance at King’s Lynn, England below and hear her the new single, Sunny.  For more information visit her  official website.

Source: Thru The Mill;; EuroVisionary
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