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Critically acclaimed singer Anthony Hamilton hits the UK on April 2 performing at The Indig02 as part of his ‘The Point of it All European Tour’ and Flavour has two pairs of tickets to giveaway to two lucky readers. To be in with a chance to win email you name and contact number to comps@flavourmag.co.ukAbout Anthony Hamilton

Hamilton first discovered his talent while singing in his church’s choir at age ten. In 1993, he left Charlotte and headed to New York City, where he signed with Andre Harrell’s Uptown Records. He was first introduced to mainstream audiences with his singing of the chorus on Nappy Roots’ 2002 “Po’ Folks”, which earned a Grammy Award nomination for “Best Rap/Sung Collaboration” in 2003.

He is also featured on Jadakiss’ 2004 hit “Why” (which was also nominated for “Best Rap/Sung Collaboration”, in 2005) and two of 2Pac’s remixed songs, 2002’s “Thugz Mansion” (7 Remix) and 2006’s “Dear Mama” (Frank Nitty Remix). Hamilton’s first compilation album, Soulife, is composed of songs recorded during the early part of Hamilton’s career and was released in June 2005. Ain’t Nobody Worryin’, his gold-selling third studio album, was released on December 13, 2005.

Hamilton is featured on a track from The RH Factor’s 2003 album Hard Groove called “Kwah/Home”. He also makes a guest appearance on blues singer-guitarist Buddy Guy’s 2005 album Bring ‘Em In, contributing vocals to a cover of Bob Dylan’s 1969 “Lay Lady Lay”, which also features Robert Randolph.

At the 2006 BET Awards, Hamilton won the BET J “Cool Like That” Award.

Hamilton makes a cameo in the film, American Gangster as a soul singer, to which he also contributes music to the film’s soundtrack.

During the 2008 BET Awards, Hamilton covered/performed Al Green’s “Tired of Being Alone” during a tribute to Green’s career.
Concert info.

CLS entertainment & Funkin Famous bring you…
Anthony Hamilton
ON THURS 2ND APRIL 2009
@ INDIGO 02
STANDING TICKETS £27.50+ BK FEE,
SEATED £30.00+ BK FEE,
KINGS ROW VIP £40+ BK FEE

HOST JIGGS
INFO HOTLINE 0870 6000 888
TICKETS AVAILALBLE :
http://www.Ticketmaster.co.uk 0870 534 000
http://www.Stargreen.com 0207 734 8932
http://www.Ticketweb.co.uk 0844 4711 000
Maestro Records. 161 Rye Lane, Peckham, London,  SE15 – 020 7635 7299

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