After a sold-out performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall earlier this year, singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey returns to the stage with his ‘In Your Hands’ tour this autumn. Mulvey has exchanged concert halls for smaller stages to perform his latest album ‘Wake Up Now’ across the country, including intimate venues such as Liverpool Arts Club and Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms. Although he will not be performing in Manchester itself, Mulvey will also play Buxton Opera House on October 6th, just an hour away.
Nick Mulvey first found fame as founder of electronic jazz band ‘Portico Quartet’. The band found themselves nominated for the 2008 Mercury prize for their debut album ‘Knee Deep in the North Sea’, alongside soloist superstar Adele and alt-rock legends Radiohead. Mulvey decided to go solo in 2011 and has since then realised two solo albums, with his debut nominated for the Mercury Music prize in 2011. The English soloist has worked alongside musician and producer Brian Eno, with a sound often likened to that of Ben Howard.
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