Graham Gouldman – Heart Full of Songs plus guests (CANCELLED)
IMPORTANT UPDATE (5/10/2021) – ‘The Graham Gouldman show due to take place tonight (Tuesday 5th October) is unable to go ahead for safety reasons and has unfortunately been cancelled. This is due to the adverse weather conditions in Newcastle this morning and subsequent damage caused to the Theatre. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused by this situation which was out of our control – but the safety of audience members and staff is our top priority. We are contacting ticket holders and any queries that are not answered at this point can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org’
Eastside Events present Graham Gouldman – Heart Full of Songs plus guests.
If you’re attending this show, our Theatre’s safety measures can be found here. Please familiarise yourself with this guidance before attending.
It has been an eventful few years for Graham Gouldman. Not only is 10cc enjoying increasing success around the world, but recognition of his solo achievements has grown too.
Being invited by Ringo Starr to join his All Starr Band for tours of Europe in June 2018 and the USA that September, during which the band played three 10cc songs, elevated his profile yet further.
Another event, although not widely known, gave Graham a further lift. It happened backstage at a festival when Robert Plant thanked him for writing one of the songs that got him through the audition to join Led Zeppelin. The song was For Your Love.
Graham’s status as one of the world’s leading songwriters was acknowledged in 2014 with his induction into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame – an arm of America’s National Academy of Music.
Previous inductees include Noel Coward, Irving Berlin, Burt Bacharach, Neil Sedaka, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Leonard Cohen and Sting.
That was followed in 2015 by Broadcast Music Incorporated in the US anointed him an Icon of the Industry at a special ceremony in London, where he stunned the audience with an acoustic rendition of I’m Not In Love, accompanied by Lisa Stansfield on vocals.
When Graham formed what became Heart Full of Songs six years ago, it was purely for the pleasure of playing his songs in their simplest form, acoustically.
The format became so popular that the acoustic four-piece undertook its first concert tour in April-May 2013. The band now tours across Belgium, Germany, Holland and the UK and comprises Graham, Ciaran Jeremiah, Dave Cobby and either Iain Hornal, Nick Kendal or Andy Park, depending on their various commitments.
For lovers of perfectly-crafted music performed by the composer, a Heart Full of Songs concert is truly an exquisite experience.
Approx show times
18:30 Doors to Bars
19:00 Doors to Seats
19:30 Act 1
20:20 Act 2
21:30 Curtain Down