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Ruth Anne

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Ruth Anne

Ruth Anne Biography

Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known professionally as RuthAnne, is an Irish singer-songwriter. She is best known for co-writing "Too Little Too Late", performed by the American singer JoJo, "In the Name of Love" performed by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha, "Work Bitch" performed by Britney Spears, "Slow Hands" performed by Niall Horan, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go", "No Control" performed by One Direction and "Beautiful World" performed by Westlife. She also wrote and vocally features on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack with her song "Pray". She also has uncredited vocals for the Avicii song, "All You Need is Love", on Avicii's True album.Career Cunningham is from Donaghmede, Ireland. She has been si...
Ruth-Anne Cunningham, known professionally as RuthAnne, is an Irish singer-songwriter. She is best known for co-writing "Too Little Too Late", performed by the American singer JoJo, "In the Name of Love" performed by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha, "Work Bitch" performed by Britney Spears, "Slow Hands" performed by Niall Horan, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go", "No Control" performed by One Direction and "Beautiful World" performed by Westlife. She also wrote and vocally features on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack with her song "Pray". She also has uncredited vocals for the Avicii song, "All You Need is Love", on Avicii's True album.

Career

Cunningham is from Donaghmede, Ireland. She has been signed to Sony ATV since May 2010 as a songwriter and producer. Her interest in performing began at the age of seven, when she participated in a karaoke contest. At age 12, Cunningham enrolled in the Billy Barry Stage School, and had formed a girl band by age 16.

When Cunningham was 17, Eamonn Maguire, her manager at the time, brought her to the US where she co-wrote JoJo's hit single "Too Little Too Late" with Billy Steinberg and Josh Alexander. It went from number 66 to number 3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in just one week. She was awarded the ASCAP Songwriters Best Pop Award at the 24th Annual ASCAP Awards in 2007 for "Too Little Too Late."

In 2018, she won two more ASCAP awards for global hits "Slow Hands" by Niall Horan and "In the Name of Love" by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha.

On 13 July 2018, Cunningham supported American-Canadian singer Alanis Morissette at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London on her International Tour.

On 17 December, she performed in her home town Dublin at the Olympia Theatre supporting another Irish artist, Hozier.

In 2020, Cunningham was part of an Irish collective of female singers and musicians called Irish Women in Harmony, that recorded a version of the song "Dreams" in aid of the charity Safe Ireland, which deals with domestic abuse which had reportedly risen significantly during the Covid-19 lockdown.



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Ruth Anne Tracks

Ruth Anne Discography

  • 2013EPHeart Attack (feat. Ruthanne)
  • 2018Single15 Sleeps (feat. RuthAnne)
  • 2018SingleIt Is What It Is
  • 2018SingleLiquid (Acoustic)
  • 2018SingleLiquid
  • 2018SingleTake My Place
  • 2018SingleThe Vow (James Everingham Orchestral Mix)
  • 2018SingleThe Vow
  • 2019SingleLately
  • 2019SingleLove Again
  • 2019AlbumMatters Of The Heart
  • 2019SingleSuperman
  • 2019SingleSurvivor
  • 2019SingleUnrequited
  • 2019SingleWe Belong Together (feat. RuthAnne)
  • 2020SingleCold Water
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