Following the release of latest singles ‘Demons’, ‘Stay Like This’ and new Top Ten album ‘Higher Than Here’ (available now), James unveils details of more UK and European tour dates. James will embark on the 23 date tour starting on Friday 4th March in Glasgow, and will finish on Tuesday 26th April in Milan.
James was recently given an amazing welcome back when he played his first live shows since 2011 – two nights at Wilton’s Music Hall and one night at the Tabernacle in London – all of which sold out in a matter of seconds. This tour next spring will see James performing tracks taken from his new album as well some of his biggest hits including ‘Broken Strings’, ‘You Give Me Something’ and ‘Wonderful World’. European tickets (all apart from Germany) go on sale at 9am CET, UK tickets 10am GMT on Friday 20th November. Tickets for the shows in Ger- many will go on sale on 27th November at 10am CET. All tickets will be available from www.jamesmorrisonmusic.com
When James broke onto the scene as a soulful singer-songwriter in 2006, even he couldn’t have predicted that he would become the template that allowed a wave of likeminded musicians to enter the field. He was also famously told by the veteran soul producer Jerry Wexler that his raspy, gravelly voice, the product of a childhood illness, had its “own thumbprint” and was so distinctive that “once heard, never forgotten”. Now, almost a decade on, Ed Sheeran, George Ezra and James Bay are all ruling the charts following the same format; one guy with just a guitar and an incredible voice.
Despite his self-deprecation and humble nature, he was the first to take that format and not only make it work but also became an overnight success story. Pop gems like ‘You Give Me Some- thing’ from his first record ‘Undiscovered’, made him anything but, and he won the 2007
BRIT Award for Best Male when he was still just 21 years old.
James has gone on to sell over 4.5 million copies of his first three albums, performed four world tours including sold-out shows to thousands at London’s Hyde Park, supporting both Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Wonder and appeared on Herbie Hancock’s Grammy-winning album ‘The Imagination Project’.
2008’s ‘Songs for You, Truths for Me’ brought with it a string of Top Ten singles, including the phenomenally catchy ‘Broken Strings’ with Nelly Furtado, with his last album, 2011’s ‘Awakening’ shooting straight to Number One, selling over one million copies worldwide.
New album ‘Higher Than Here’ is out now.
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UK – March 2016
Friday 4th March – Glasgow O2 Academy
Saturday 5th March – Manchester O2 Apollo
Monday 7th March – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Tuesday 8th March – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Wednesday 9th March – Leeds 02 Academy
Friday 11th March – Newcastle City Hall
Sunday 13th March – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Monday 14th March – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Tuesday 15th March – Bristol Colston Hall
Thursday 17th March – Southampton O2 Guildhall
Friday 18th March – London Roundhouse
EUROPE – April 2016
Thursday 07 April – Brussels AB Club
Friday 08 April – Cologne E-Werk
Saturday 09 April – Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall
Tuesday 12 April – Stockholm Cirkus
Wednesday 13 April – Oslo Rockefeller
Thursday 14 April – Copenhagen Vega
Saturday 16 April – Berlin Huxleys
Sunday 17 April – Offenbach Capitol
Tuesday 19 April – Luxembourg Rockhal
Saturday 23 April – Munich Kesselhaus
Sunday 24 April – Vienna Stadthalle
Tuesday 26 April – Milan Alcatraz