Two decades since Charlie Landsborough first shot to fame with ‘What Colour Is The Wind’ the singer songwriter is back on the road with a tour date in Skegness.
Over the years Charlie has released some 27 albums and a plethora of singles going on to win fans across the globe.
His melodic, lyrical brand of Americana and finely honed ballads have touched the hearts of people all over the world while the stories that intersperse his live performance are alone worth the price of admission.
Charlie and his band always deliver a great night out and this autumn they take to the road again to play a series of major shows across the UK.
The dates come as the sequel to Charlie’s successful 2013 Autumn Tour with its Amateur Choir Challenge. Certain gigs played host to a local choir, all set up by Charlie in aid of Children In Need.
The new dates see Charlie playing tracks from his latest CD ‘Here There and Everywhere’, a collection of Beatles’ songs, as well as much loved favourites from the past and previous albums.
He is joined by his regular band for what promises to be an exceptional evening of music, good humour and inspirational playing.
As BBC TV’s Gerry Anderson 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 appears at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness on Friday, October 17. Tickets £19.50, children £10, are available by on 0845 674 0505 or online at http://www.embassytheatre.co.uk/