The multi-talented world renowned musician Loudon Wainwright returns to the capital for this performance at the London Palladium, the perfect location to witness some stand-out concerts in 2016.
This evening will consist of a headline performance from the man himself, plus Chaim Tennenbaum in the support slot, and throughout the headline show audiences will hear some renditions of Wainwright’s classic songs.
During his career Wainwright has released numerous albums, from his self-titled debut in 1970 to further releases like Attempted Mustache in 1973, I’m Alright in 1983, History in 1992, Last Man On Earth in 2001, 10 Songs For The New Depression in 2010 and Haven’t Got The Blues (Yet) in 2014, making it a long and illustrious career.
Along with live albums like Career Moves he has impressed time and time again. Meanwhile, he has also provided his talents to film soundtracks and beyond, whilst performing on stages worldwide with big names (including alongside his son Rufus Wainwright).
But this October it will be the turn of the London theatre audiences to get a look in as the man himself makes his way to the West End. His performance there takes place on Friday 21st October 2016.
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