Rag'n'Bone Man debut New Zealand tour 2018
British breakthrough artist Rag'n'Bone Man is on tour and here at StubHub you can find a wide selection of Rag'n'Bone Man tickets. The singer, whose real name is Rory Graham, has had a bumper 2017 where he picked up numerous awards like British Breakthrough Act and Critics' Choice Award at the 2017 Brit Awards. Now, with massive hits like "Human", "Skin" and his collaboration with Gorillaz on their track "The Apprentice" to his name, Rag'n'Bone Man is embarking on a world tour with shows scheduled across the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Rag'n'Bone Man is coming to NZ to perform his first-ever tour down here. There are Rag Bone shows in all major Kiwi cities, including Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland. Rag'n'Bone Man will be accompanied by a full-band, adding to the concert experience, and will unleash his unforgettable voice at this country's major venues.
Rory Graham is an absolute born performer with a truly unmistakable, booming voice. When Rag'n'Bone Man performs in concert he connects with his audience on a deeply personal level. In fact, on some of his quieter songs, fans have been left crying due to the singer's amazing balance of strength, soul and gentleness. Truly, a Rag'n'Bone Man concert is not something you want to miss. Buy Rag'n'Bone Man NZ concert tickets today and find out for yourself why Rag'n'Bone Man was the star of 2017.
Rag'n'Bone Man: Human - from unknown to superstardom
Rag N Bone Man's breakthrough came in July 2016, with the hit single "Human". It peaked at number one in the Official Singles Charts in Austria, Germany, Belgium and Switzerland, number 2 in the UK, and was used as the theme music to the Amazon Prime series Oasis. The song was also used in the official launch trailer for the video game Mass Effect: Andromeda. Rag N Bone Man's debut album, also titled "Human", was released in February 2017 and again topped charts around Europe. In the UK, "Human" is the fastest-selling debut album by a solo male artist during the 2010’s, debuting at number one on the UK album charts. In New Zealand, the album was certified Gold, peaking at number three on the RIANZ Album chart. As of November 2017, the "Human" music video has garnered nearly 500 million views on YouTube, and that number shows no signs of slowing down. Now is your chance to hear those famous vocals live, Rag n Bone man is on tour and you can buy your tickets now.
Rag'n'Bone Man inspiration and influences
Not surprisingly, Rag N Bone Man credits numerous stars of Blues and Soul as big influences on him and his music. The like of Sam Cooke, BB King, Muddy Waters and Al Green, as well as his own parents, as big inspirations for him. A lot of people also ask, where does the name Rag'n'Bone come from? Well, it comes from Graham's childhood sitting at home watching reruns of the '60s sitcom Steptoe and Son, which was about a pair of rag-and-bone men -- very poor street collectors who, back in the day, gathered up rubbish in an attempt to find useful rags, bones, and scrap metal that could be sold on to merchants. If you're looking for similar artists to Rag'n'Bone Man, check out the always fabulous Gregory Porter or the ever soulful Sam Smith. Most importantly, buy Rag'n'Bone Man tickets here at StubHub.