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Bedford singer-songwriter Tom Grennan to headline The Waterfront in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 19:33 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 19:33 08 November 2017

Tom Grennan, singer-songwriter from London. Photo: Tom Grennan

Tom Grennan, singer-songwriter from London. Photo: Tom Grennan

Tom Grennan

Tom Grennan, a singer-songwriter from Bedford, will be headlining The Waterfront in Norwich on March 18, 2018.

With his debut album due for release on March 9, 2018, Tom Grennan will embark on a headline UK tour to celebrate. It will be his biggest headline tour yet and includes a show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on March 20.

His newest single ‘Royal Higness’, taken from the forthcoming album, has seen support from Radio 1 premiering as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World. It’s the follow-up single to ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’ which has been used as the title music to Sky Sports Premier League coverage.

Racking up an impressive 5 million streams, it’s had play time on Radio 1, Virgin and Absolute Radio playlists.

He first found fame as a guest vocalist on Chase & Status’ track ‘When It All Goes Wrong’, later being invited into the Radio 1 Live Lounge and BBC Two’s Later...with Jools Holland.

He’s been described as “a badass James Bay” by music magazine NME and has vocals that are “hypnotically beautiful and completely enchanting” according to Wonderland Magazine.

Tickets for the Norwich show can be bought from the UEA Box Office and from his website for the rest of his tour dates.

UK tour dates:

March 16 - SWX in Bristol

March 17 - O2 Institute in Digbeth, Birmingham

March 18 - The Waterfront in Norwich

March 20 - 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London

March 22 - O2 Ritz in Manchester

March 23 - O2 ABC in Glasgow

March 24 - Rock City in Nottingham

March 25 - The Leadmill in Sheffield

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