She buttressed her grip on the music industry in UK and worldwide with the release of music singles, songs, and albums that went on to become chartbusters.
James Arthur announces he will return to Belfast for his biggest headline show at the SSE Arena, Belfast on November 20th, supporting his new album “Back From The Edge” supported by fellow X Factor sensation Ella Henderson.
It was the final show of a nine-date arena tour which has secured James Arthur as a force to be reckoned with.
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"The government is not just sitting on its hands," he said.
He opened with the title track of his second album, Back From The Edge, a soul-searching number with references to parts of his troubled past.
He’s a nice bloke and he’s made sure it’s no secret that parts of his life have been dogged by anxiety and depression.
James is simply looking forward to focus on his music completely – no matter how it’s going to be received.
Though her unexpected and shock departure from the reality show was believed to be one of the most one-sided upsets in ‘The X Factor’s’ show history, she was successful in striking lucrative recording deals.
Her very first record single, ‘Ghost’ became the top charting number on the ‘UK Singles Chart’.
A tribute to George Michael came in the form of Careless Whisper, confetti rained down and he played a song called Can I Be Him? You’re Nobody ‘til Somebody Loves You incorporated Cry Me A River and someone in the crowd got so wrapped up in the emotion of it all they proposed on the spot.
He saved the best until last with Naked, Sun Comes Up and Say you Won’t Let Go all performed in the encore.