Preview: Tom George album launch @ 81 Renshaw 01/09/17
Local creative Tom George to launch new album this Friday 1st September
Liverpool Acoustic are proud to welcome Tom George as he launches his brand new album Gravity at 81 Renshaw on Friday 1st September.
Tom George is a Liverpool creative who is impossible to pigeonhole. In twenty years in his adopted city he has embarked on countless projects across many art forms but always returns to his primary passion, music-making. As a guitarist and singer, Tom usually performs solo or with sparse backing, but the recordings he creates are richly layered and melodic. Tom’s previous album Postcards was praised by Liverpool Acoustic as “both eclectic and cohesive” and he has taken his time creating a worthy follow-up album, Gravity. At the launch Tom will be debuting songs from the album alongside his more familiar tunes such as Drifter and Womankind.
Supporting Tom on the night will be Evie Moran, a 15 year old singer songwriter from Liverpool UK who has already impressed some significant music industry figures in a small space of time. She has performed at The Adlib Industry Showcase at the Arts Centre in April 2017, Merseyrail Sound Station, Rocking on the River sessions at the Pier Head and is due to appear at Eppiefest at the former home of Brian Epstein on 27th August.
Completing the lineup is Liverpool Acoustic’s Tuesday Tunes co-host Pete King who is celebrating his performance at Tom’s Gravity album launch with the release of a brand new song coincidentally called Weightless.
So why not kick off a brand new month with exciting new music and an exiting young performer in Liverpool Acoustic’s lovely new venue?
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TOM GEORGE – ‘GRAVITY’ ALBUM LAUNCH Evie Moran
Pete KingFriday 1st September 2017
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