Charlie Landsborough 2017 UK Tour at Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
You may think, if you’ve heard a song or two, that you know what Charlie Landsborough is all about.
You may even have him down as only a Country artist (he has won every UK Country Music Award going after all)...but think again.
You need to see him perform to get the full picture. His voice is true, his music melodic, his musicianship is superb and his story telling funny. He performs with a band whose talents are unquestionable and he always delivers a memorable show.
Charlie Landsborough is a man of many colours....whether playing lyrical Americana, upbeat rock or country-tinged emotive ballads, he’s won fans right across the globe. He regularly plays in places as far apart as Ireland and Australia. Indeed he heads back to Australia again in May 2018.
Over the years Charlie has released some 28 albums and a plethora of singles. He’s recorded his own tribute to the Beatles (fellow Northerners) titled ‘Here There and Everywhere’ and his show always includes a few of their tracks as well as his own original material. Much loved Charlie favourites are in the set too and he’s even performed with local choirs, part of various competitions he’s set up in local areas.
His last release was a live 26 track double CD from the Liverpool Philharmonic, ‘Live From Philharmonic’, released on Lana Records. Now, as a new enterprise, many of the backing tracks have been made available via download from his revamped web site www.charlielandsborough.com . Meanwhile a new CD is in the pipeline.
This Autumn Charlie and his band take to the road again to play a series of major shows across the UK. Kicking off on 19th October, the dates run through to mid November climaxing on November 13th at the Philharmonic. Shows start at 7.30pm (with the exception of Inverness and Milton Keynes at 8pm) and tickets are priced at £15 - £28.
The dates promise to be exceptional evenings of music, good humour and inspirational playing. One thing’s for sure, Charlie Landsborough always delivers.
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