Paul Carrack to play at Cammbridge Corn Exchange
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Carrack’s vocals have graced some million selling songs.
Paul Carrack and his six-piece band will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Friday, March 6.
He was called The Man with the Golden Voice in a BBC documentary about his phenomenal 50-year career.
Carrack's vocals have graced million-selling songs such as How Long by ACE, Tempted by Squeeze and the Grammy Award nominated Living Years by Mike and the Mechanics. He is regarded as one of the hardest working, independent musicians on the scene. He began with a rock, jazz band called Warm Dust and has worked with Elton John, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, B.B. King, The Pretenders, The Smiths and Madness.
Having returned from touring Japan and the USA as an instrumentalist with the Eric Clapton Band, he says he is eager to get back to his own set highlighting the hits and collaborations with bands such as The Eagles but also songs from his 17 solo albums.
Concert, 7.30pm. Tickets, £37.50 and £42.50 from 01223 357851 or www.cornex.co.uk.