Folk star will take you on a journey of music and life
Folk musician Charlie Landsborough is set to take to the road again this Autumn as he stops off in Lanarkshire.
The well-known country singer-songwriter will take to the stage at the Motherwell Concert Hall as he is accompanied by his own four strong band.
He will travel to several locations across the UK in October and November for his first tour in Britain this year.
Landsborough is already popular amongst fans of country music, but on this tour he will mix in some up-tempo rock to show he is more than adept at other genres.
Charlie’s own history gives a clue to his accomplishments.
His songs are drawn from personal experience – growing up in Birkenhead in a large but poor family, joining the army, teaching at schools, playing music in the evenings.
It wasn’t until he hit 50 that he had his first big hit – What Colour Is The Wind – a song written round a question from a small blind child , the phrase overheard and given to him by singer/songwriter Pete Naden.
Since then Charlie has travelled the globe, and during the gig in Motherwell he will be able to throw in the added bonus of the stories he tells and you need look no further for an evening that’s hugely enjoyable, profoundly musical and extremely good value for money.
Tickets for the show at the Motherwell Concert Hall on October 23 will be priced between £16.60 and £28.
For more information contact 01698 403 120.