Fri Mar 19 2021

7:00 PM

Poetry Club SWG3

100 Eastvale Place Glasgow G3 8QG

Ages 14+

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Over 14s only. U16s must be accompanied by an adult 

Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then contact us to advise of access requirements via email access@swg3.tv or on the phone 0141 337 1731 (manned from 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday) 

​For any customers entitled to a free companion ticket please visit https://swg3.tv/site-info/accessibility to apply

 

DF Concerts Present
William Prince

  • SOLD OUT
  • William Prince

    William Prince

    Folk

    From ruminations on life and love’s little treasures to tales of everyday homegrown heroes, the music of William Prince unfurls like a classic campfire story, midnight road trip conversation, or well-worn, dog-eared novel passed down through generations. Each line delivered in his dusky baritone evokes a journeyman, troubadour spirit buoyed by stained glass soul with the gusto to reach steeple-size heights. Given this emotional heft, it makes sense that the art form bears a metaphysical significance for the JUNO Award-winning singer and songwriter.

    Born and raised on the Peguis First Nation of Manitoba, Canada, William has been honing his craft since the age of nine when he first picked up the guitar and piano. Counting Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, and Willie Nelson (as well as books like April Raintree and Fahrenheit 451) among chief influences, he ultimately cites his preacher and musician father as the biggest inspiration. “My whole life I listened to my dad’s deep voice singing gospel,” he says. “In a sense, I make folk-country tunes inside of a gospel framework. It can be really powerful, but it brings a calm.”

    In 2018 William took the next step of his journey with Earthly Days released worldwide via his new record label, Glassnote Records, and publishing company, Insieme Music Publishing.
     
DF Concerts Present

William Prince

Fri Mar 19 2021 7:00 PM

Poetry Club SWG3 Glasgow
William Prince
  • SOLD OUT

Ages 14+

Over 14s only. U16s must be accompanied by an adult 

Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then contact us to advise of access requirements via email access@swg3.tv or on the phone 0141 337 1731 (manned from 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday) 

​For any customers entitled to a free companion ticket please visit https://swg3.tv/site-info/accessibility to apply

 

William Prince

William Prince

Folk

From ruminations on life and love’s little treasures to tales of everyday homegrown heroes, the music of William Prince unfurls like a classic campfire story, midnight road trip conversation, or well-worn, dog-eared novel passed down through generations. Each line delivered in his dusky baritone evokes a journeyman, troubadour spirit buoyed by stained glass soul with the gusto to reach steeple-size heights. Given this emotional heft, it makes sense that the art form bears a metaphysical significance for the JUNO Award-winning singer and songwriter.

Born and raised on the Peguis First Nation of Manitoba, Canada, William has been honing his craft since the age of nine when he first picked up the guitar and piano. Counting Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, and Willie Nelson (as well as books like April Raintree and Fahrenheit 451) among chief influences, he ultimately cites his preacher and musician father as the biggest inspiration. “My whole life I listened to my dad’s deep voice singing gospel,” he says. “In a sense, I make folk-country tunes inside of a gospel framework. It can be really powerful, but it brings a calm.”

In 2018 William took the next step of his journey with Earthly Days released worldwide via his new record label, Glassnote Records, and publishing company, Insieme Music Publishing.