Tom Grennan announces two ‘intimate’ shows at Bedford Esquires to launch Evering Road LP

Tom Grennan - Hometown show at Bedford Esquires

Bedford’s Tom Grennan is heading back to his roots with two shows at Esquires this summer to promote his new album, Evering Road.

The matinee and evening shows will take place on 14 August, ahead of his headline tour of legendary venues including Nottingham’s Rock City and Alexandra Palace in London.

Ticket bundles are going on sale tomorrow morning from 9am here. They are predicted to sell out in record time.

The former St Thomas More pupil launched the new record on Friday and is predicted to top the album charts next weekend.

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“We’re super excited to have Tom back at Esquires for these shows,” Esquires’ owner, Gareth Barber, told the Bedford Independent.

Don’t just take our word for it…

“He’s a vocal supporter of the town and specifically the venue – we’ve seen him grow over the years from his early days in bands and he’s an inspiration to other young local artists.

“We’re so proud to see how far he’s gone already, with everything crossed that he hits number 1 this weekend. Tickets are limited for this, we highly advise setting an alarm if you want to pick one up.”

According to the Official Chart website: “The second studio record from the British singer-songwriter has a lead of 1,700 on today’s Official Chart Update.

“The collection features Little Bit of Love and Let’s Go Home Together, Tom’s first two UK Top 40 singles, both of which are heading for new peak positions this week.”

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