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The sensational singer, musician and songwriter from Scotland, Roddy Frame is finally coming to your town for a performance. The founder of the famous music group, Aztec Camera, Roddy decided to embark on a solo career in 1995. The artist is known for providing a phenomenal mix of tunes and touchy lyrics, which have bracketed him with superstars like Edwyn Collings and Paddy McAloon. If you want to see this multitalented artist perform live, an opportunity is coming your way. To be a part of his show in your city, grab the Roddy Frame tickets for yourself and your friends now.
Roddy Frame hit the music scene at the age of 16 with singles like, “Just like Gold” as well as “Mattress of Wire”, which he recorded with his band, Aztec Camera. Their first studio album, High Land, Hard Rain hit the shelves in 1983. Produced by Rough Trade Records, the album's first song, “Oblivious” became a raging hit, while tracks like, “Walk Out to Winter” as well as “Back on Board” also gained a lot of acclaim from fans and critics.
After the success of their first album, the band released their second album, Knife in 1984. It was another successful release. The band's third album, Love, released in 1987 also mesmerized the audience with an eclectic mix of soul and R&B. The song, “Somewhere In My Heart”, from this album became the band's first single to hit the “Top 10 charts”. Aztec Camera released its last studio album, “Frestonia” in 1995, after which Roddy Frame kicked off his solo career.
Roddy Frame kick started his solo career with the release of the album, “The North Star”. Released in 1998, with the “Independiente Label”, it featured one of his most successful singles to date, “Reason for Living”. Soon after that, Frame released his second album, Surf, which included an array of acoustic songs. The album gained a lot of critical acclaim, establishing his name as a prominent solo artist in the music scene. The track, “Small World” was even used as background music for the hit BBC television show, “Early Doors”.
In 2003, the artist performed at the Glastonbury Festival. Although it was his first solo performance, Roddy set the arena ablaze with all the energy and soulful music. His next solo album, Western Skies was released three years later, along with a live album, Live at Ronnie's Scott's. This live album was closely followed by another live album, Live at the Blue Note released in 2007.
Recently, Frame has been in limelight for the release of his fourth studio album, “Seven Dials”. His first album in years, it was recorded at the Collins's West Health Yard studio, along with Seb Lewsley and with the record label, “Aninitialism”. Two songs from the album, “Forty Days Of Rain” and “Postcard”, released a month before the album garnered a lot of fame. Opening with the deep acoustic tunes of the single, “White Pony”, the tracks in the album later opens up to a much larger production, with a mixture of guitar solo and piano chords and bitter sweet tracks like, “good times and the bad”. It includes many other sweet ballads, all of which have been handled commendably by Roddy. Seven Dials surely has something in store for everyone.
After enthralling the audience at his recent concerts in celebration of Aztec Camera's 30th anniversary, Roddy Frame is now touring to Glassgow, Birmingham, London's Shepherd's Bush Empire and Aberdeen. So, get the Roddy Frame tickets now and mark your entry to one of his live shows.