Americana singer-songwriter Robert Vincent has toured with the likes of Paul Carrack, James Blunt, and Beth Nielsen Chapman, and has been hailed by “Whispering” Bob Harris as “the real deal.”
Now Robert Vincent comes to Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) where he will perform live with PAC favourites The Buffalo Skinners on Friday 7 February, 8pm.
Vincent is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Liverpool – having received the inaugural Emerging Artist Award from Bob Harris in 2016 and UK Americana Music Association’s UK Album of The Year in 2018.
Seeing him play at the Bluebird Café’s Bluecoat event, the legendary broadcaster immediately invited Robert to record an Under The Apple Tree Session in his home studio and for his BBC Radio 2 Country show – describing him as “absolutely magnetic”.
Speaking of his forthcoming PAC show Vincent said: “My last visit to PAC supporting Beth Nielsen Chapman was such a great night with a lovely music loving crowd. So, I’m looking forward to being back and playing for the lovely folk of Pocklington.”
At his PAC show Vincent will be performing songs from his highly anticipated follow-up album (due March 2020), which has been produced by world-renowned Brit Award-winning Ethan Johns.