Published On: Tue, Aug 28th, 2012

Black To Perform At The Kazimier, Liverpool. October 30th 2012. Preview.

The man behind the legendary hits Wonderful Life and Sweetest Smile, Liverpool born Colin Vearncombe (A.K.A. Black) has announced that he is coming back to his city to perform for his fans at the Kazimier on Tuesday 30th October. As a special treat he is also going to perform a free short in-store at the Music Consortium on Saturday 27th October at 4pm.

Colin is described as eclectic, slightly melancholic and always extremely classy. Recent turbulence in his private life has resulted in a new level of maturity in both his personal outlook and his music. A new studio album is in progress and he’s found a renewed vigour for performing live.

This autumn will see a series of European concerts and a run of U.K. gigs. The venues are deliberately intimate affairs and will be acoustic double-headers with long-time friend and fellow musician, Calum MacColl. “Music is always about communication and these gigs are going to be up close, personal and as much about the audiences as it is about me,” said Colin.

This October sees the 25th anniversary of the release of the Wonderful Life album, which will be re-issued as a 2-C.D. collectors’ edition with bonus tracks and new sleeve notes on the Universal Re-Presents label.

For fans of Black these will be salad days and ones that should not be missed.

Tickets for Colin Vearncombe are available from See Tickets and The Music Consortium on Bold Street. Tickets for the show are priced at £12.50.

Ian D. Hall

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- Ian was bought up in Birmingham and has lived for the last eight years in a city he has come to think of as his home. In the last ten years he has worked for two of the finest media organisations it has been his pleasure to be part of, the Birmingham Mail and LSMedia. In the three years he has been part of the team here and has reviewed over 1,000 theatre performances, albums and gigs, travelling as far as Montreal to cover music. His dearest loves are Prog, Heavy Metal, Rock and the theatre.