Tom Rosenthal: Singer/Songwriter

The Old Market, Brighton.

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The Old Market

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My name is Tom Rosenthal and I'm going to be honest with you. You won't have seen me live before. The main reason being that I've had two daughters in the last 5 years and I didn't want to leave home for long periods of time. But now it's time to get out there and play. I do believe my songs can emotionally connect with people in a really great way and I want to make sure that happens in a live setting too.

Until now most live performances have just been myself and a piano/keyboard but I'm expanding my music horizons! For these performances I'll be joined by a cellist and a guitar player/backing vocalist but will still aim to keep the intimacy that's always been at the heart of my sound.
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Since being hailed as 'Britain's best unknown songwriter' (Sabotage Times) in 2013, Tom Rosenthal has made significant movements to becoming something of a known entity.
With songs featuring a number of TV soundtracks (HBO's Hard Knocks, Netflix's 'Kid Poker', C4's 'Skins'), on big ad campaigns (Vodafone 2015), and a number of major film trailers including 'Comet' (2014), 'Anesthesia' (2014) and 'The Odyssey' (2016), Rosenthal has seen his audience grow rapidly since his last album release.
His YouTube channel, showcasing his award-winning music videos (Best Video at the European Independent Film Festival 2017), has now amassed well over 50 million views and his Spotify streams over 120 million.

?Gently epic ballads that channel Brian Wilson-esque whimsy through the mind of the classic British kook'' The Guardian