Tom Parker will hold a special charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall in September 2021.
A year on from his brain tumour diagnosis, The Wanted singer has been determined to make the concert happen and has called on his famous friends to help pull together a show stopping event.
Hosted by Roman Kemp and Sonny Jay, the show will feature a stellar line up of performances from UK talent, with top artists to be announced over the coming weeks.
All proceeds will be split equally between Stand Up To Cancer and The National Brain Appeal. Highlights from the concert will also be broadcast as part of Tom’s Channel 4 documentary with an extended show to follow.
50% of profits from the sale of tickets for the ‘Inside My Head’ concert will be paid to Cancer Research UK in support of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign. Stand Up To Cancer and Stand Up To Cancer Brand Marks are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1089464), Scotland (No. SC041666), [the Isle of Man (No 1103)][ and Jersey (247)]
Formerly of successful boy band The Wanted, Tom has been quietly honing his craft, playing across the UK and Europe to perfect and practice his live set, as well as producing his own body of new music. Tom has an appreciation and passion for both House and Dance, blending breezy, tropical house vibes, alongside infectious, glistening night-time atmos beats that are set to ignite dancefloors and festivals alike. Tom amassed worldwide success since the beginning of his career in 2009, achieving two UK number 1 singles with The Wanted and #9 top 10 singles, as well as 4 Billboard 100 singles, selling over 900,000 records, having three platinum albums and two sold out arena tours.
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The Wanted were one of Britain’s biggest pop bands after forming in 2009, living a dream that has far surpassed even their most optimistic expectations and all with their best mates at their side. With over 12 million record sales worldwide, the band have notched up 10 UK Top Ten singles and 2 UK Number 1 singles to date. The band today still boast almost 6 million monthly listeners on Spotify and have a huge worldwide following on their social media platforms. During their first five years together The Wanted became serious pop players all across the world. With their ferociously infectious tunes, rock solid friendship and laddish charms, they stamped all over the typical boy band mould. The Wanted first discussed getting back together in early 2020 to celebrate their 10th anniversary but the global pandemic got in the way. Then came the devastating and shocking news that one of the boys, Tom Parker, had been diagnosed with a brain tumour. But in 2021 the band announced their return to the stage with a huge UK tour.
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I'm A Celebrity contestant and Capital Radio DJ.
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The One Direction star goes solo, having signed to Capitol Records in the UK and Republic Records in the US, label home of Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj. His personal life has also made headlines, since dating and splitting up with a certain Cheryl. Payne made his debut as a singer when he auditioned as a solo artist for the British television series The X Factor in 2008 with 'Fly Me to the Moon' by Frank Sinatra, then reauditioned in 2010, when he was put together with four other contestants, and the 1D story began.
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Sigrid’s defiant pop was catapulted into the public consciousness with the zeitgeist defining ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’; the certified-Gold ‘Strangers’, A-List record ‘High Five’, critically lauded RAW EP and ‘Sucker Punch’. From the tiny town of Ålesund in Norway, which sits at the entrance of a UNESCO-protected fjord surrounded by sea and mountains, Sigrid has been creating a world which emboldens her followers, displaying outstanding song writing ability with hard-hitting and empowering words, laced over unexpected and daring melodies.
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