20th Anniversary Of The Voice
This show was rescheduled from 7th March 2021 (originally 15th May 2020).
Singing sensation, Russell Watson, has announced a UK tour for 2020, celebrating 20 years since his debut album ‘The Voice’ was released.
'The Voice’ entered the Official Classical Artist Album Chart at No 1, becoming the biggest selling classical album of 2000 and establishing the tenor as one of the Britain’s most popular classical stars. In a very special concert, Russell will be joined live on stage by a 33-piece orchestra and choir to perform some of his most loved songs and career highlights from the past two decades.
Ahead of his 2020 Autumn tour, due to phenomenal demand, Russell Watson has announced some additional Spring dates at a number of intimate venues around the country. In these performances he will be joined by his band and then later in the year he will take to the stage accompanied by orchestra and choir.
Salford's answer to Pavarotti whose debut album 'The Voice' established him as a major international tenor. After starting in the pubs and working men's clubs of the north west of England, he soon notched up unprecedented chart success on both sides of the Atlantic; sang for the likes George W Bush and the Pope; and performed more times at Wembley than Beckham and Owen. To date, Russell has released eleven albums, won four Classical BRIT Awards and has sold over eight million records worldwide. He is also the first British male artiste to hold simultaneous number ones in the USA and the UK.
See 25 tour dates featuring Russell Watson