He’s supporting Ed Sheeran on tour
Author: Anna Sky MagliolaPublished 15 hours ago
Cian Ducrot, who shot to fame after releasing his songs ‘All For You’ and ‘I’ll Be Waiting’, has recently been announced as a support act for Ed Sheeran on his mini UK and Europe tour, which starts this month.
With some gigs to look forward to in the near future, we thought we’d get to know the Irish singer/songwriter a bit more, from how to pronounce his name, to what songs he’s released and more…
Who is Cian Ducrot?
Cian is a singer/songwriter, he is known for his song ‘All For You’ which gained popularity through TikTok. He is also known for his song ‘I’ll Be Waiting’. Both of Cian’s songs can be heard on Hits Radio.
Where is Cian Ducrot from?
Cian is from Ireland, however his mum is French and as he explained to his fans: ‘My beautiful and amazing mother is from France and raised me and my brother in a very French household’.
How do you pronounce Cian Ducrot?
Cian appeared on an American radio show and revealed how to pronounce his name correctly which is ‘Kee – an’ and his surname is ‘Due-crow’. The singer’s name is Irish and French.
Is Cian Ducrot French?
Cian is half French and half Irish! He told his fans in an Instagram post that his mum is French and brought him and his brother up in a very French household. Cian has even released a French version of one of his songs called ‘Moi Qui T’Aimais Tellement’.
The singer captioned the single artwork: ‘Fun fact… although I was born in Ireland I am also half French 🤍 My beautiful and amazing mother is from France and raised me and my brother in a very French household 🥖 I love having this other side of me and wanted to celebrate it more by releasing a French version of All For You 🇫🇷 OUT TOMORROW x’.
What songs has Cian released?
Cian has released several songs, the most well-known are ‘All For You’, which he has released both as a solo song, and a collab with Ella Henderson. His other well-known song is ‘I’ll Be Waiting’.
Has Cian released any albums?
Cian has not released any albums yet, however he has released an EP called ‘Make Believe’ in December 2021.
When is Cian on tour?
Cian will be supporting Ed Sheeran on tour in March and April on his mini UK and Europe tour. This announcement has meant that he has had to reschedule his solo tour, which is across Ireland and Northern Ireland, these dates have now been rescheduled for July and August 2023.
Ed Sheeran has announced six dates in the UK and Europe, where Cian will be supporting him, see the full list of dates below.
Manchester, AO Arena – Thu 23rd
London, The O2 Arena – Fri 24th
London, The O2 Arena – Sat 25th
Glasgow, Ovo Hydro – Tue 28th
Dublin, 3Arena – Thu 30th
Paris, Accor Arena – Sun 2nd
What has Cian said about supporting Ed Sheeran?
Following the announcement that Cian will be supporting Ed Sheeran, Cian took to Instagram to share his excitement. He shared a video of himself looking at the tour poster, which included his name, telling his fans: ‘I remember picking up my first acoustic guitar when I was about 13 and asking my friend to teach me how to play “small bump”, I remember standing on street corners every weekend and singing Ed’s entire catalogue and looking up to him as a songwriter every day.
‘I remember every time I sat down and tried to write a song as good as “gimme love” , I remember being so inspired by a guy in a hoodie playing some real songs that he wrote and thinking one day I wanna do that. Not sure how I ended up here and not sure what it even means as it really all feels like a dream right now. Thank you @teddysphotos for having me join you for this special tour. You have no idea how much it means to me! 🤍 thank you to my amazing fans for supporting me as without you these things would never happen ’
You can hear songs by Cian Ducrot on Hits Radio.
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