Kenny Thomas | The Old Market Brighton & Hove  | Mon 16th May 2022 Lineup

Kenny Thomas

The Old Market in Brighton & Hove

Monday 16th May 2022

7:00pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 14

Performing live to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his debut album, Voices.

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Kenny Thomas on Monday 16th May 2022

Kenny Thomas is one of the most popular UK soul and dance vocalists of the early 1990s. Along with his new band, he is all set to perform live again to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his debut album, Voices.

Thomas’ biggest UK hit came in 1991 with Thinking About Your Love, and his debut album sold more than 600,000 copies in the UK alone. Other hit singles include Outstanding, The Best Of You and Tender Love. Off the back of these musical successes, Thomas was also nominated for a Brit Award for Best British Male Vocalist and Best British Newcomer.

The warm, relaxed dance grooves of his debut are replicated on Thomas’ second album, which garnered massive commercial success at the time. The album saw him collaborate with the Young Disciples, Nu Colours, and the Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra. This time, some of the bonhomie of the original set was more restrained, with a slightly more mature lyrical vision reflecting more real-life experiences.

Over the years, Thomas has retained an extremely loyal following within the Soul/Funk music circuit. In conjunction with Dr Packer, Thomas released a new version of the seminal Fatback Band classic I Found Lovin. This song has been a staple of Kenny’s live sets for some time, and the tune has already landed in several soul- based singles charts across the UK.

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