James Morrison in Seoul
BRIT Award-winning singer-songwriter James Morrison will play Yonsei Auditorium Sunday, October 7, 2012. Part of Private Curve’s Beautiful Singer-Songwriter Series, it marks Morrison’s first time playing Seoul and promises to be a good night.
Widely known for his hugely successful 2006 debut single “You Give Me Something“, Morrison went on to release a string of chart-topping albums (Undiscovered and Songs for You, Truths for Me) and international hit singles, including “You Make It Real” and “Broken Strings“.
He has performed with industry giants Jason Mraz and Nelly Furtado, and even wrote “Quello che dai” for Italian singer Marco Carta.
Morrison first started singing at a bar in Derby, England, and was later scouted for a chance to record a demo. This led to the recording of his debut album ‘Undiscovered’ in 2006 which became a tremendous hit. In its first week of release, the album soared to first place on the UK album chart, and went on to sell 100,000 albums worldwide.
The Beautiful Singer-Songwriter Series was launched in 2008 by one of Korea’s prominent concert promoting companies, Private Curve Co., Ltd, and has brought the likes of James Mraz, Jonsi, James Blunt, The Swell Season, Ben Folds, Jamie Cullum, Rufus Wainwright, Raul Midon, Jung Jaehyung to the city.
Tickets: R-zone 121,000won, S-zone 99,000won, A-zone 77,000won (VAT included)
Concert Inquiry: 02) 563-0595