John Bramwell (solo)
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Showing: 17/10/2020 to 17/10/2020
Jezebel Music Presents are proud to present an intimate, physically-distanced show by John Bramwell at Newhampton Arts Centre in Wolverhampton, on the evening of Saturday 17th October 2020.
This is part of a short tour of venues, which have been able to tentatively reopen, after months of inactivity and follows a mini-tour of outdoor venues, in August and September.
John Bramwell will perform an acoustic set, which most people agree is the best way of enjoying his back catalogue.
John Harold Arnold Bramwell, to give him his full name, is perhaps best-known for his time as the songwriter and frontman of Manchester three-piece, I Am Kloot. However, he also possesses an enviable back catalogue as a solo artist and continues to work on new material under the guise of his latest band, John Bramwell & The Full Harmonic Convergence.
Bramwell’s first studio output appeared in 1989, when he was performing and recording as Johnny Dangerously and entitled You Me & The Alarm Clock, an album The Guardian referred to as one of the ‘greatest albums you’ve never heard.’ Following a stint as a television presenter and as a member of the band, The Mouth, Bramwell formed I Am Kloot, with two members of The Mouth. They went on to record six studio albums, including the Mercury-Prize nominated album, Sky At Night.
Since 2016, Bramwell has reverted to being a solo artist and tours continuously, around the UK and Europe. A home-recorded solo album, Leave Alone the Empty Spaces appeared in 2018 and the follow-up, a more expansive affair, with a working title of The Light Fantastic, is now scheduled for release in early 2021.
We have put a number of COVID 19 safety measures in place to ensure you enjoy your experience whilst staying safe at NAC, including a one way system, reduced theatre numbers, socially distanced seating, comprehensive hygiene and track and track procedures.
Doors Open: 7pm
Event Start: 7.30pm
Event Finish: 10pm
Please note that ticket and row numbers are for NAC’s reference only. *This is not an indication of where you will be seated on the day* Your booking party number will be used to by staff to create socially distanced layout at NAC’s discretion before the event starts, ensuring the safest possible concert