we are proud to announce that we will be joined on Saturday November 17th by the amazing Tom Adams with support from Alexander Carson (singer/songwriter Wooden Arms).
The concert is in a Baptist Chapel so unfortunately there no alcohol is allowed in the venue, but we take a 30 min interval and have a cafe and there’s a pub next door if you want to pop out and back again.
Originally from Cambridge, Tom is now based in Berlin and his location and love of travel have shaped his songwriting. The concert is part of Tom’s national and European tour to launch his new album ‘Yes, sleep well death’
‘Just beautiful’ - Mary Anne Hobbs (BBC 6Music)
‘An amazing voice’ - Lauren Laverne (BBC 6Music)
‘Lovely songwriting’ - Steve Lamacq (BBC 6Music)
‘A voice that will leave you speechless. Haunting and beautiful, his delicate falsetto is arresting and magical’ – Wonderland
‘This poignant, atmospheric music seems to slow time... If you're looking for a quiet record for these harrowing times, this is it.’ - Bob Boilen (NPR)
'Tom Adams effortlessly nestles expansive melodies alongside spellbinding falsetto, his neo-classical approach conveying intense emotions throughout his rather powerful songwriting’ - Metro
Take a listen to Sparks from Tom’s last album here
Support comes from Alexander Carson a neoclassical, composer and songwriter based in London UK. and has just released ‘Lovers’, his debut single since Wooden Arms went on Hiatus in Spring 2018.
About Beach Sessions
Beach Sessions was founded by Andrew Ashworth, Helen Poole and an amazing group of volunteers from Waterbeach. Over the past 7 years we have put on many original songwriters and bands in intimate venues - from disused airbase buildings to a beautiful Victorian Chapel. We are proud to have hosted many well-loved artists including Blue Rose Code, Boo Hewerdine, John Bramwell (I am Kloot), The Slow Show, Ray Weatherill (Immaculate Fools), We were Strangers, M G Boutler, Straw Bear, Annie Dressner, Max Taylor and many more.