Jazz singer James Tormé is coming back to the UK for a limited UK tour, beginning on the 2nd September until the 8th October.
Son of the 3-time Grammy Award Winning jazz legend Mel Tormé, the singer is a rising star on the jazz scene, with his debut album having topped both the iTunes and Amazon jazz charts.
Now he is returning to the UK to perform at a number of venues between the 2nd September and the 8th October.
Tormé has performed alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra, Ronnie Scott’s Orchestra and Les Paul Trio to name a few, with these new live dates promising an entertaining evening.
On Friday 2nd of September, he will be appearing at the Norwich Jazz Weekender Festival alongside the Tom Dunnett Big Band. Titled “Celebrates the Great show”, the performance will celebrate the work of artists such as Buddy Rich, Miles Davis, Chet Baker and Peggy Lee.
Meanwhile, the shows on the 18th, 30th September and the 8th October are part of the Love Songs Project Show, which pays tribute to the greatest love songs ever written – sung in the singer’s unique way. The evening will also include a preview of what to expect from his upcoming new album.
Talking about performing live Tormé said: “Every show, every appearance is important to me, whether it’s the Greek Theatre or a small jazz club. I remember every audience. If they’re going to pay money to see me, I want to give them a night they’ll never forget.”
For more information on the tour and James Tormé visit: http://www.jamestorme.com/.