Teddy Thompson - The Heartbreaker Please Tour
The Glee Club, Nottingham.
14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
To book tickets by phone, call us between 9am and 7pm, Monday to Friday on +44 (0)121 693 2248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your access requirements and the show you wish to see in order to make a booking. Spaces may be limited and will be sold on a first come first served basis and you must book your tickets directly through the venue to ensure access. All of our venues are fully accessible with step-free access where required and access to our disabled toilets is available with a radar key. Please contact The Glee Club Box Office for more information.
Ages 14+. All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID to gain entry. Under 16s must carry photo ID and be accompanied by an adult with a ticket to the show at all times (see FAQs - www.glee.co.uk)
Teddy Thompson's new album HEARTBREAKER PLEASE is released on Thirty Tigers
Called `one of the most gifted singer-songwriters of his generation' by The New York Times, singer-songwriter Teddy Thompson is a native Englishman who has adopted New York City as his home; famously the son of singer-songwriters Richard and Linda Thompson, he emigrated to the States, barely out of his teens, to embark on a career of his own. He was heavily influenced not by folk music but by such artists as Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and the Everly Brothers. As NPR reported, `Teddy says he didn't listen to any music made after 1959 until he was 16. As a kid, he listened to early rock 'n' roll and country music exclusively.' This resulted in a unique voice that is at once rock and country, then pop and folk.
'While music is in his DNA, Thompson sings with his own voice, a powerfully understated, emotional, echoey croon'?(???? Guardian)
He has released five albums to critical acclaim and has contributed to the soundtrack of the Golden Globe and Bafta-winning film Brokeback Mountain. He has also collaborated on projects with Rufus and Martha Wainwright and recorded songs for the soundtrack to the Leonard Cohen tribute I'm Your Man. He contributed songs to the Nick Drake retrospective Way to Blue.