Tag: Tom Odell

ALICE MERTON & TOM ODELL interview – Evening Standard, 24 Aug 2018

Who sings your favourite male/female duet? Sonny and Cher? Shane MacGowan and Kirsty MacColl? Renee and Renato? It’s a special sub-genre where a song becomes a conversation, where the right two voices can unite to create something greater than the sum of its parts.   London-based singer-songwriter Tom Odell and German-born newcomer Alice Merton are the latest pair to share… Read more →

TOM ODELL interview – Evening Standard, 6 May 2016

Have a look at the video for Tom Odell’s new song Wrong Crowd. You might get a little concerned about the clean-cut, floppy-haired pianist, winner of 2013’s BRITs Critics’ Choice award, owner of an Ivor Novello and a platinum disc, and the voice of one of those cuddly John Lewis Christmas adverts. There he is, shambling around a large dim… Read more →

TOM ODELL interview – Evening Standard, 7 Feb 2014

This time last year, a little- known pianist called Tom Odell was about to pick up the Critics’ Choice Award at the Brits, a prize that anoints a future star and pretty much guarantees good times ahead. It worked that way for Emeli Sandé, Ellie Goulding, Florence Welch and Adele, so it’s not surprising that it signalled 12 extraordinary months… Read more →