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Lewis Capaldi grew up in the small town of Bathgate outside Glasgow. He picked up the guitar at aged 9 and started writing songs shortly after. By the age of just 12, he began sneaking into pubs around Glasgow, honing his craft playing impromptu sets anywhere he could find an audience. He found global fame in 2019 with his multi-platinum hit, Someone You Loved, and since then has gone on to tour the world while scooping up GRAMMY nominations and Brit Awards. 2019 also saw the release of his long-awaited debut album, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide within the first year, with combined global streams of over 3 billion.
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Hampshire and Country music may not be obvious bed fellows but twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas (who have been singing harmonies together since childhood) have had Country music in their blood ever since they were introduced to the sounds of Carrie Underwood, Dixie Chicks and Alison Krauss by a Canadian cousin in their early teens. With one listen to their vocal cadences and close harmonies, soon Nashville and Hampshire suddenly don’t seem all that far apart.
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Calling himself Saint Raymond after the street he grew up in and his grandfather, young singer-songwriter Callum Burrows’s meteoric rise saw him swap the pubs of his native Nottingham for support slots touring with Ed Sheeran. He stormed into the spotlight in 2014 after his single, Young Blood, was named Zane Lowe's 'Hottest Record in the World' (Radio 1). His debut album, also titled Young Blood, finally followed in the Summer of 2015, with critics making favourable comparisons to Miles Kane, Bastille, The Police and Simple Minds.
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A soul-inspired singer / songwriter from Hull who has toured with Modern Love, Tom Odell, Mike Yung and Newton Faulkner. As a child, her grandparents’ music room was her secret world. At age 7, she was writing songs influenced by soul classics such as Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin. By 11, she was in a choir called Voice In A Million, performing at venues like The O2 and Wembley Arena. Music became her haven after moving halfway around the world and back at 14-years-old. Since then, she has been working between London and Los Angeles, writing for herself and a range of other projects. In 2018, she began to construct her first project 'Nowhere to Hide', working with world renowned producers Toby Gad, and The Orphanage (Kehlani, Alessia Cara, Demi Lovato). The EP reflects on the painful journey of adolescence with brutal honesty and heart-rending beauty, along with battles of self-confidence and unrequited love.
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Scarborough Open Air Theatre
- Burniston Road
- Northstead Manor Gardens
- YO12 6PF