SOULFUL singing sensation Paul Carrack will bring his live tour to the Philharmonic Hall this month.
The Sheffield-born singer and pianist, who shot to fame with Ace, has worked with an array of musical stars, from the Smiths to Elton John, Eric Clapton to Simply Red.
As well as teaming up with Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford, as a vocalist and keyboard player with Mike and the Mechanics, Carrack has guested on over 60 albums, and penned songs for the likes of the Eagles, Diana Ross, Tom Jones, Michael McDonald and Jools Holland.
Known for his funky live shows, the singer has timed his hotly anticipated tour to coincide with the release of his 14th solo album I Know That Name and new single I Don’t Want To Hear Any More.
The brand new version of the song, originally written by Paul for the Eagles’ recent number one album Long Road Out Of Eden has been recorded especially for Paul’s album and features the Eagles singing backing vocals.
The album also has a duet with Sam “Soul Man” Moore, of Sam and Dave fame.
His live show promises to be a toe-tapping treat, packed with musical gems like How Long, Over My Shoulder, Satisfy My Soul and The Living Years.
Paul Carrack is at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Saturday, January 24.
To book tickets call 709 3789 or visit www.liverpoolphil.com