Rebecca Ferguson has announced a major hometown show at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on 18th November, to celebrate her fifth and final album.
The critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, who came to prominence in 2010, recently made headlines for her incredible emotional performance during the 2023 Eurovision semi-finals alongside Ukrainian singer Alyosha in Liverpool.
Rebecca will once again perform for a Liverpool crowd when she brings some of her soulful classics to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, as well as a taste of her upcoming album ‘Heaven – Part 2’, due to be released later this year.
Rebecca has co-written four solo albums and has shared the stage worldwide with incredible names such as Lionel Richie, Andrea Bocelli, Nile Rodgers and the late Burt Bacharach.
Her debut album, ‘Heaven’, released in 2011, sold over 130,000 copies in its first week, making it the fastest-selling debut album by a solo artist that decade, between 2007 – 2017.
With singles such as ‘Glitter & Gold’, ‘I Hope’, and ‘Nothing’s Real but Love’, she has been lauded by critics, with The Telegraph declaring her ‘The same league as Aretha Franklin’, and The Guardian stating that ‘Her talent is undeniable’; whilst Rebecca has also been nominated for MOBO and MTV Europe Music Awards.
As well as writing and performing her own material, Rebecca regularly writes for other artists and has grown a reputation for being a well-respected ‘top liner’ in the song writing world.
Most recently, Rebecca has been campaigning tirelessly for an improved environment within the music industry. She has successfully initiated a cross-creative industry committee that meets regularly with the government and members of the DCMS – and was the person behind the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority (CIISA) which in time, will see better practices for the creative industries.
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