Tom Gregory & Picture This in November on tour in Germany In the fall, a very special concert highlight is in store for us. The British chart topper Tom Gregory and the equally successful Irish band Picture This are coming to us together on an extensive tour. On these nine concerts the two acts want to present their whole range from folky rock to electronic pop and anthemic moments. Within a few years, Tom Gregory, a promising young musician, has become a serious contender for Ed Sheeran's legacy. Since the two platinum singles "Fingertips" and "Never Let Me Down" from his debut album "Heaven In A World So Cold" at the latest, the Brit from Blackpool has been one of the stars of pop and electro-oriented songwriting. For as danceable as his songs may be, they draw their impact very strongly from the fine feeling for melodies that he combines with lyrical sincerity. His second album "Things I Can't Say Out Loud" - by the way, like the first album it was released on the Kontor label in Hamburg - is based on a notebook of his father, who asked him to add his own chapter to it. Gregory does this musically in his unique way with his soaring pop anthems and soulful ballads, which connects him to the second act of the evenings. Picture This also know how to smoothly combine anthemic moments, fluffy pop and solid rock, and - at least in their early years - definitely incorporate folky elements as well. Formed in 2015, charismatic singer Ryan Hennessy and his colleagues Owen Cardiff (guitar), Cliff Deane (bass) and Jimmy Rainsford (drums) have quickly become figureheads on the Emerald Isle. It's the story of a true underdog who has since racked up hundreds of millions of streams and gone to number one on the charts with both their self-titled debut record (triple platinum) and its follow-ups, "Mdrn Lv" and "Life in Colour." But with its driving, cinematic style, this music is really made for the big stage. Preferably with a similarly highly talented colleague like Tom Gregory. Already in April Picture This will come to us on a long sold out tour. So it's even nicer to welcome the Irish together with the Englishman again in the fall. The tour is presented by event. and MusikBlog.de. -This content has been machine translated.
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