There's something quite ironic about James Morrison's date at the Hall for Cornwall in March 2007.
Born in Rugby in 1984 he moved about a bit through Northampton and Derby eventually settling in a little village called Porth in Cornwall.
|James Morrison is returning|
The singer/songwriter used to busk outside Marks and Spencer in Truro. Now a major recording artist he will be performing literally just metres away from that spot at the Hall for Cornwall.
Tickets, which are set to sell like hot cakes, are now on sale for the concert priced at £15.
James' album 'Undiscovered' reached platinum status and continues to ride high in the charts after spending two weeks at the Number One spot. It is the fastest selling debut album in August for the last six years.
|James Morrison on TOTP|
He taught himself to sing and play the guitar at the tender age of five. It wasn't until his Uncle showed James how to play an old blues-style riff as a teenager, that things started to fit into place.
By his own admission James turned to a bunch of classic soul records for his inspiration. His debut album 'Undiscovered' was produced mainly by Martin Terefe, the man behind recording projects by KT Tunstall and Ed Harcort. James co-wrote all the songs on his album.
James has since appeared on 'Later with Jools Holland' and was one of the last performers on 'TOTP'.
He brings his songs to the Hall for Cornwall on Monday 5 March 2007 at 7.30pm.
Tickets are priced at £15 plus a 50p Theatre Fund payment is added to each ticket sold.
The HfC box office is: 01872 262 466.