Praised by BBC Head of Music as a “brilliant singer-songwriter,” Albert Man is definitely one to watch!
He has established himself as one of the more interesting songwriters on the London gig circuit with avid support from RockShot Magazine, who compared his songs to that of “Ben Folds in verse, wit and chord changes”. The award-winning, Manchester-born singer-songwriter plays both solo and with a full band, writing melodic pop songs described by Fresh On The Net as “sweet piano-led shenanigans that come over like the lovechild of Billy Joel and Adam Levine”. He has played 12 festivals over the summer of 2017 including The Great Escape, Camden Rocks, Liverpool Sound City, Reverb Festival and many more. He also organised his own festival this year curating a great line-up of independent artists called Music Makers Festival: www.musicmakersfestival.com.
See why Albert man has got everyone talking in this live performance of ‘Groundhog Day’
He has his 2017 six-track EP “Nothing Of Nothing Much” (www.albertman.com/nonm) out, recorded at Pete Townshend’s barge studio. The EP has received great reviews from publications such as GigSlutz, RockShot Magazine, Fame Music, XS NOIZE, Fresh On The Net and The Huffington Post. The single from the EP was played on BBC Introducing London, chosen by Tom Robinson’s Fresh On The Net Fresh Faves, was Song Of The Day in Songwriting Mag and was a feature in iSing Mag. He had a sold out EP launch at St Pancras Old Church and the live recording from the night has been released as a live album, “Live At St Pancras Old Church” (www.albertman.com/live).
From the album of the same name, Here’s ‘Cheap Suit’
Albert featured on Best Of British Unsigned as “one to watch” for 2017 saying they “love Albert’s sound”. This was swiftly followed up with him being chosen as their featured artist of the day twice and now, being nominated for ‘Best Unsigned Male’ for their Unsigned Music Awards 2017.
lets see what Albert Man has to say about Vocalzone!!
“Vocalzone are extremely helpful and give me an extra vocal boost especially when I have a tired or sore throat. I always use them before a gig.”