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Rag ‘n’ Bone Man

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Rory Graham, aka Rag‘n’Bone Man, is an English singer-songwriter known for his baritone voice. He won the 2017 BRIT’s ‘British Breakthrough Act’ and receiving the BRIT’s Critics’ Choice Award in the same year. Rag‘n’Bone Man cemented his success with the record-breaking release of his multi x platinum No. 1 album Human. In 2018 he was awarded another BRIT Award for ‘British Single’ for the title track (Human) in 2018. The album went on to be an international hit earning Rory sell-out tours and festival appearances around the world. At the 2020 Ivor Novello awards, Rag’n’Bone Man scored the award for Music Most Performed Work with his 2x Platinum hit ‘Giant’ with Calvin Harris.

His 2021 sophomore album, ‘Life by Misadventure’ was released on 7 May 2021 was preceded by two singles: “All You Ever Wanted” and “Anywhere Away from Here”, a duet with American singer Pink. The album debuted at number one making it (so far) the fastest-selling album by a solo artist in 2021. This summer Rory took part in the Revive Live tour in support of grass roots venues alongside the likes of Tom Jones and Sam Fender.

Jade Bird’s self-titled debut album was received with much critical acclaim when it was released in 2019. Even as a first offering from the then 21 year old, the album helped set the bar for female musicianship in the current age, carried along by Jades mature and sharply observed narrative vignettes of relationships, divorce and everything in between. Jade had a taste of the UK hype cycle, making the BBC’s 2018 Sound Of… poll and being tipped everywhere from Vogue to Rolling Stone. Her debut
album ‘Jade Bird’ also received plaudits from the likes of Pitchfork and NPR.

Jade Bird remains one of the UK’s most individual and exciting female voices out there. With second album, ‘Different Kinds of Light’, we find her cool, calm and collected – confidently striding ahead into her sure-to-be enthralling next chapter of her life and music.

Charlotte Jane’s mission is simple: to make friends with the monsters under her bed. It’ll require vulnerability and honesty, and some decent tunes won’t hurt, but fortunately this Hull-based singer songwriter has got the lot. Lewis Capaldi reckons she’s shaping up as “one of the biggest things in the world” and he may have a point: Charlotte Jane’s been gig-going

since she was a baby, performing on stages since she was six, performing to arenas since the age of eleven and writing songs for even longer, and now she’s comfortable enough to show her real self to the world. Don’t panic, it’s nothing scary. With a stupendously soulful voice, startling lyrical dexterity and a winning personality, Charlotte Jane is embarking on the next step of her journey.

She can’t promise there won’t be challenges along the way, and there might still be a monster or two under the bed, but you’re welcome along for the ride.

Tickets – £39.50 plus booking fees


Campbell Park Milton Keynes, St Paul’s Square, Bedford MK40 1SL
Campbell Park Milton Keynes
Campbell Park Standing
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Sat 16th Jul5:00pm
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