Plus special guests STEVE PILGRIM and CHRIS WATSON
Saturday May 28th
Triple-layered goodness in ShoeTown!
TOM HINGLEY was the lead singer with Madchester band Inspiral Carpets. His signature vocal sound can be heard on all the glory days hits, including ‘This is How it Feels’, and ‘Saturn 5’, and helped catapult the band to stardom in the early ‘90s - appearing on Top of the Pops and touring the world.
15 top 40 singles later, and Tom continues to enjoy a successful solo career that started with his debut acoustic album, ‘Keep Britain Untidy’, released in 2000 on Tom’s own label, Newmemorabilia. Tom plays original music; an eclectic mix of folk, soul, gospel and blues with plenty of heart, as well as renditions of Inspiral classics. With his inimitable voice, and raw, honest performances - complete with slide guitar! – Tom continues to entertain fans old and new nationwide.
In the 21st century Tom has released three more soul-searching albums. ‘Thames Valley Delta Blues’ in 2009, ‘Sand’ in 2012, and ‘Hymns For The Hungry’ in 2020.
STEVE PILGRIM is Artist | Songwriter | Touring Musician | Producer.
With years of international touring, Steve Pilgrim is a highly acclaimed drummer and singer-songwriter. Well-known as a musician with Paul Weller, Steve has performed and shared the stage with the likes of Noel Gallagher, Roger Daltry, Kelly Jones, Emeli Sande, Villagers, Lucy Rose, Graham Coxon, Robert Wyatt and Corinne Bailey Rae, to name a few.
He's written and recorded four studio albums: the latest, entitled ‘Morning Skies’, with musical support from the ModFather himself, and double-bass legend Danny Thompson [Pentangle/John Martyn]. His body of work continues to garner support from fans and critics alike. Steve’s prime commodity is great songs; elegantly constructed, woven through with honesty and passion - and sung from the heart.
An acoustic performance from Steve is intimate and honest, both melancholic and celebratory, leaving captivated audiences stirred and hungry for more.
Opening the night is CHRIS WATSON (The Moons), showcasing forthcoming solo material.
@ The Black Prince
15 Abington Square, Northampton NN1 4AE
The venue is 18+
The multi-story St Michael's car park [entrance on St. Michael's Road, exit on Abington Square] is a 40 second walk from The Black Prince
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