Singer-songwriter and long-term record producer, Tommy Scott, is heading to The Cluny in Newcastle on Thursday 14th December, armed with a catalogue of old and new material sure to leave gig revellers hyped.
The former Space frontman was born in Liverpool in 1964 and grew up in one of the less privileged areas of the city. He developed an interest in music from a young age and made himself known to the local music scene through playing in various Liverpudlian bands such as The Substitutes and Hello Sunset. But it was the forming of his band Space in 1993 which would see his career catapult into success.
The Liverpool indie band made waves throughout the UK and US almost immediately, leading Tommy Scott to become known as one of the world’s most renowned and in-demand producers of all time. Influenced by such greats as Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley, and famed for his consistent ability to create hit records as well as charting over 35 times, it’s no wonder that Scott’s sales are soaring well above the million mark.
Fans can expect to hear a variety of material, including iconic Space hits such as ‘Female Of The Species’ and ‘The Ballad Of Tom Jones’, alongside some of Scott’s selected solo material. Not only this, but the Space sensation will be accompanied by Satin Beige on Cello and added backing vocals – a concoction that’s sure to result in an atmospheric live set, bound to leave the North East crowd wanting more.
Tommy Scott will be taking to the stage of The Cluny, Newcastle on Thursday 14th December. Tickets, priced at £10.00 in advance, are available from seetickets.com.