Brit Award-winning rising star Tom Odell to play special gig in Gainsborough

Brit Award winning star Tom Odell is coming to Gainsborough
Brit Award winning star Tom Odell is coming to Gainsborough

Brit Award winning rising star Tom Odell is set to play Gainsborough’s Trinity Arts Centre this month - and YOU could be there.

Not only did Tom take home the Brit Award for Critic’s Choice at last month’s ceremony, but he’s also rumoured to be dating Harry Style’s ex-girllfriend Taylor Swift.

Tickets to his current UK tour are all sold out, but radio station Lincs FM are putting on an ‘up close and personal’ show with Tom Odell at the Trinity Arts Centre this month.

Lincs FM Radio DJ, presenter and head of music Eddie Shaw told The Standard that this would certainly be one of the most exciting gigs to ever happen in Gainsborough.

“With his Brit Award he becomes a first male recipient of the trophy and follows in the footsteps of Jessie J, Emeli Sande and Adele,” he said.

“After winning such a prestigious award you can imagine Tom is big news right now.”

He added: “I’m sure people all over the town will in time to come will be saying ‘remember the time Tom Odell played live at the Trinity Arts Centre’.”

“This will become part of musical history.”

His singles Another Love, Can’t Pretend and Hold Me have been all over the airwaves in recent months, and you could get up close and personal to hear tracks from his upcoming debut album right here in Gainsborough.

Odell is signed to In the Name Of, an imprint of Columbia Records run by Lily Allen.

His style, in a similar vein to Jeff Buckley and James Blake, has been winning over fans and critics alike around the world.

You may also remember him from his appearances on Later With Jools Holland and The Jonathan Ross Show.

Tom Odell’s hotly-anticipated debut album Long Way Down will be released on 15th April.

Lincs FM presents Tom Odell at Trinity Arts Centre in Gainsborough on Sunday 17th March.

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Be sure to visit our website and pick up The Standard for coverage, photos and interviews from the gig.