…and Jack makes it two

If you want to make a weekend of it, you might want to set up a date with Jack Savoretti on Saturday 27 June – the day before Sir Tom makes his appearance. The singer, who is of Italian, Polish and German descent, has had an outstanding 12 months, performing to a sold-out Wembley Arena and collaborating with artists as diverse as Kylie Minogue, Mika and Sigma. Jack’s album Singing To Strangers which includes the lilting ‘Here, Then, Again, Anew’, was one of the breakout releases of last year, with sales fast approaching 150,000.

Joining Jack is special guest Imelda May, fresh from performing alongside the legendary Ronnie Wood. The Irish singer and multi-instrumentalist’s last album, Life Love Flesh Blood was a globally bestselling album and Imelda has become one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists. Discovered by Jools Holland, she has performed alongside legendary artists including Lou Reed, Bono and Robert Plant.

Jack’s show takes place in the great outdoors at QEII in Telford Town Park on Saturday 27 June. To book your tickets visit ticketmaster.co.uk, ticketstelford.com or call 01952 382382.

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