Tokio Myers Reveals New Track ‘Angels’ & Announces UK Dates For April 2017

Tokio Myers - by Gary Holder.jpgAfter captivating the nation’s heart as the winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2017, and announcing the imminent release of his debut album ‘Our Generation’ on Syco Music November 17th, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, Tokio Myers announces his first ever UK tour next spring including a must see London show at the Printworks on April 10th. Tokio Myers is totally unique. He’s created a sound all his own, fusing an array of musical influences that have shaped him as an artist, ranging from classical and cinematic to hip-hop, dance and 90s’ soul.

Tokio grew up in North London before being awarded a coveted piano scholarship at the Royal College of Music. A stint as a studio musician led to recording and touring with some of the biggest names in music including Amy Winehouse, The Police, Kanye West and Mr Hudson. Now those days are behind him as he steps out on his own to play the following dates on his debut UK tour with his band:

April 2018

Weds 4th        Gateshead, Sage

Thurs 5th        Manchester, Albert Hall

Sat 7th        Edinburgh, The Queens Hall

Sun 8th        Birmingham, 02 Institute

Tues 10th        London, Printworks

Tickets on sale Friday 10th November and are available from http://gigst.rs/tokio

Featuring a mix of original songs as well as innovative and inventive re-workings, ‘Our Generation’ includes the hypnotic original compositions ‘Baltimore’ and ‘To Be Loved’, plus ‘Bloodstream’, a cover of Rudimental and Ed Sheeran’s hit, The Weekend’s ‘Angel’ which is available from today as well as ‘Children’ by the late Robert Miles. Tokio performs at the Royal Variety Show next month with the show airing December 17th.

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