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Marc Almond

Marc Almond

Marc Almond is an English torch-singer and pop songwriter, best known as the lead singer with Soft Cell.

As well as Soft Cell, he has recorded as Marc and the Mambas and Marc Almond with The Willing Sinners.

Solo singles include "The Days of Pearly Spencer", "Jacky", "Tears Run Rings" and the #1 "Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart" (with Gene Pitney).

He released his debut album, "Vermin in Ermine" in 1984, followed by: "Stories of Johnny" (1985), "Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters" (1987), "The Stars We Are" (1988), "Jacques" (1989), "Enchanted" (1990), "Tenement Symphony" (1991), "Absinthe" (1993), "Fantastic Star" (1996), "Open All Night" (1999), "Stranger Things" (2001), "Heart on Snow" (2003), "Stardom Road" (2007), "Orpheus in Exile" (2009), "Varieté" (2010), "Feasting with Panthers" (2011), "The Tyburn Tree" (2014), "The Dancing Marquis" (2014), "Ten Plagues - A Song Cycle" (2014), "The Velvet Trail" (2015), "Against Nature" (2015), "Silver City Ride" (2016), "Shadows and Reflections" (2017), "A Lovely Life to Live" (2018, with Jools Holland), "Chaos and a Dancing Star" (2020), plus 2024's: "I'm Not Anyone".

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I'm Not Anyone
The Soft Cell singer has announced new album, "I'm Not Anyone" plus a September UK tour in between his summer/ autumn Jools Holland gigs. Tickets on sale now #SomeBizzare
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The Grand Theatre
Leeds
London Coliseum
Westminster
Brighton Dome/ Concert Hall
Brighton
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Glasshouse International Centre
Gateshead
Symphony Hall
Birmingham
Bristol Beacon
Bristol
Usher Hall
Edinburgh
Floral Pavilion Theatre - New Brighton
Birkenhead