Home
  • Home
  • Charlie Landsborough Spring Tour 2014

Charlie Landsborough Spring Tour 2014

7 January 2013 news


It’s been 20 years since Charlie Landsborough shot to fame with ‘What Colour Is The Wind’. And the song still gets played on National radio. But the story doesn’t end there. Over the years Charlie’s released some 27 albums and a plethora of singles winning fans across the globe. His melodic, lyrical brand of Americana and finely honed ballads have touched hearts all over the world while the stories that intersperse his live performance are worth the price of admission alone. Charlie’s reputation as a top class entertainer continues to grow and he has won about every possible award in County music including, the Best Male Vocalist at the British Country Music Association Awards three years in a row and most of his 25 albums achieved the number one spot and is well on his way to selling 2,000.000 units. This has resulted in him being inducted into The British Country Music Hall Of Fame. Charlie and his band will take to the road again this Spring to play a handful of selected dates across the UK. Always delivering a terrific night out, the dates come as the sequel to his successful 2013 Autumn Tour with its Amateur Choir Challenge. (Certain gigs played host to a local choir, all set up by Charlie and all in the cause of Children In Need.) The new dates see Charlie playing tracks from his latest CD ‘Silhouette’ as well as much loved favourites from the past. He is joined by his regular band for what promises to be an exceptional evening of music, good humour and inspirational playing. Indeed, as BBC TV’s Gerry Anderson so aptly put it: “Charlie’s like good wine, he matures quietly over a long period of time, when the cork was popped it was well worth the wait”! Charlie’s Spring Tour Dates are as follows: Fri Mar 14: Southport, Southport Theatre Sat 15: Milton Keynes, The Stables Sun 16: Hayling Island, Sinah Warren Coastal Hotel Wed 19: Stockport, Plaza Theatre Fri 21: Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall Sun 30: Cannock, Prince of Wales Theatre Tue Apr 1: Newark, Palace Theatre Wed 2: Chesterfield, Winding Wheel Tue 3: Derby, Assembly Rooms Fri 4: Hayes, Becks Theatre Sat 5: Clacton-on-Sea, West Cliff Theatre Sun 6: Whitley Bay, Playhouse Mon 7: Billingham, Forum Theatre


Leave a Reply