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“As a musician, how do you top playing for Noel Gallagher at his O2 after-party? For indie-pop singer-songwriter Tom Bertram, 22, it seems you do it by headlining the Wedgewood Rooms alongside one of your musical idols. Tom, from Havant, is performing at the venue tomorrow and will be joined on stage by his producer Tim Bradshaw, who has worked with artists like Eric Clapton, David Gray, and John Mayer. Reflecting on the significance of performing with Bradshaw, Tom says: ‘To have Tim on stage with me is crazy. When you have someone like him believe in you it makes you want to keep going.’ Fans will be pleased that the duo will be performing Tom’s second album Back Home, produced by Bradshaw and released in February earlier this year, along with three new songs they co-wrote in July.”

“Flanked in some pretty awesome purple socks and a thick British accent, Tom Bertram had the most unbeatable intro of the night. "Our first performer is a singer songwriter from Portsmouth. He's performed alongside Noel Gallagher and yes, he's even performed for the Queen." Come to find out he also played for a few Twilight premieres across the pond (cue the swooning of hundreds of teenage girls everywhere). Tom only played a few songs before taking over the duties of MC for the rest of the night and I must say, he did a phenomenal job. Opening with his first worldwide single, She's Like a Drug, he immediately reminded me of a young Pete Yorn with his soulful tone and love stricken songs. Ending with his unreleased single You Give me Love, Tom showed off some serious talent and charisma that kept everyone charmed throughout the evening.”

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