Singer-songwriter, Lewis Capaldi will join the star-studded bash in Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket on Saturday 2nd December. The talented young musician from Bathgate in West Lothian will entertain fans and music aficionados alike at the bash, which aims to provide much-needed fundraising for vulnerable children and adults across Scotland.
Jack Daniel’s continues its support of grass roots music and sponsors the Breakthrough Artist Award for the 4th year running, which Lewis Capaldi is deservedly nominated for. The award aims to shine a spotlight on the country’s brightest up and coming stars and this year they make no exception at the 19th SSE Scottish Music Awards.
Lewis Capaldi broke onto the UK’s music scene with phenomenal debut track ‘Bruises’ which has garnered over 20 million Spotify plays since its release only a few months ago.
Lewis set out his stall in style at TRSMT this summer and last week thrilled a sold-out audience at Glasgow’s St. Luke’s with a spine-tingling headline set. He tours Europe as support to Rag’nBone Man in October, releases his debut EP ‘Bloom’ on October 20th, returns to Scotland for a handful of dates in December and has just announced his biggest Glasgow show to date, at the O2 ABC on February 17th. Lewis Capaldi’s ascent to the top shows no sign of stopping, and his performance at the SSE Scottish Music Awards is not to be missed.
Nordoff Robbins Scotland caught up with Lewis before he took to the stage at St.Luke’s to find out which Scottish artists inspire him.