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Who is Gerry Cinnamon?

Gerry Cinnamon (birth name Gerard Crosbie) is an acoustic singer songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland. Whilst performing at a college he met Chris Marshall, an aspiring producer. Crosbie and Marshall went onto form lo-fi band 'The Cinnamons' with Lori Duncan, Dave Bass, and Gav Hunter. Crosbie later adopted the Cinnamon name, changing his stage name to Gerry Cinnamon. His catalogue includes some songs written during his time in The Cinnamons e.g. 'Sometimes'.

What's his background?

Gerry has stated that as a young boy he used to listen to his mother's cassette tapes, including the likes of The Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones and The La's. He learnt how to play guitar whilst living in London with his father's friend, starting his song writing journey once he returned to Scotland.

After performing as the frontman in The Cinnamons, Gerry went onto start his solo career. Gerry played and sold out numerous small venues entirely through word of mouth, and so was asked to write and perform a song at a rally event ahead of the referendum, on Scottish Independence. Gerry released his single 'Hope Over Fear' to a wide audience.

Gerry released his next single 'Kampfire Vampire' in 2015, the same year as performing at T In The Park.

Gerry performed at T In The Park again the following year at the King Tut's Wah Wah Tent stage. Later in the year he won 'Best live Act' at 2016 Scottish Alternative Music Awards.

His debut album 'Erratic Cinematic' briefly outsold the likes of Ed Sheeran, rising to the number one spot of the UK iTunes Chart for singer songwriters. Singles from the album were 'Belter' and 'Sometimes', which was written during his time in The Cinnamons.

Gerry supported The Courteeners on a run of shows before announcing his own England and Ireland tour. Tickets for which sold out in seconds.

Gerry released his second album 'The Bonny' on the 17th April. It was the third highest selling UK album of 2020, debuting as number one on UK and Irish album chart. It was also the fastest selling vinyl of the year,. The album contains 12 tracks including singles 'Canter', 'Sun Queen', 'Dark Days' and 'The Bonny'.

Along with The Bonny's album announcement, Gerry also revealed he will be performing at Hampden Park to a capacity of 50,000+, making it the biggest show of his career. He's the first Scottish act to headline the national stadium.

In Gerry Cinnamon's discography you can find;

  • Erratic Cinematic (2017)
  • The Bonny (2020)

What's the latest from Gerry Cinnamon?

Gerry Cinnamon has dates scheduled for 2022. You can catch him playing Victoria Embankment, Nottingham, Singleton Park, Swansea , and Cardiff Castle.

When is the next Gerry Cinnamon tour?

Gerry Cinnamon has dates scheduled for 2022. You can catch him playing Victoria Embankment, Nottingham, Singleton Park, Swansea , and Cardiff Castle. Tickets for Gerry Cinnamon are available to buy on the See Tickets website here.

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