Derry artist Rosborough announces headline show this November
Rosborough will perform a headline show in his hometown Derry at the Nerve Centre on 18th November 2017.
Glenn Rosborough is a singer songwriter from Derry, Northern Ireland. In a city steeped in music and performance he grew up in a household full of records that became his influences.
“I started my musical life from a very early age, teaching myself guitar at the age of ten and writing songs from the year after. Growing up in a musical household, with childhood heroes such as Tom Waits, Kate Bush and Peter Gabriel, becoming a musician was not a destined path but as realistic a career as becoming a lawyer, plumber or doctor. My parents made sure of that.” Glenn Rosborough.
Rosborough cut his teeth in the vibrant music scene in Derry, playing regular shows at Bennigan’s and the Warehouse which allowed him to try new songs on an audience full of writers and performers.
This cultural hub served him well, allowing him to cultivate and refine an album’s worth of songs that attracted the attention of Ignition Records to whom he signed in 2017.
This year Glenn has been on tour both as a headline artist and supporting some great acts including The DMAs, Mew and Seafret throughout the UK and Europe. He has also appeared at festivals such as the Great Escape and Community Festival, showcasing new songs whilst building a great live reputation and loyal following. Rosborough is currently recording his debut album.
Tickets go on sale this Monday 9th October at 9am through http://nervecentre.org/