Charlie Landsborough

Charlie Landsborough

Charlie Landsborough

Singer-Songwriter

Charlie Landsborough is veteran singer-songwriter who has been performing since the 1970s, he is known for his blend of country, folk and gospel music. He has released over 20 albums and won several awards, including a BCMA Award for International Act of the Year. 1994 was the year his songs began to gain recognition and with three children to support he needed success. Ritz Records signed him as a writer for their star, Daniel O'Donnell and realised he could also sing very well in his own right. It was a career turning moment when George Hamilton IV introduced him to a packed Wembley arena as the writer of My Forever Friend. As a writer he was always listening to people and it was a question a little girl asked her father at a bus stop that gave Charlie his signature song, the number one hit that knocked Garth Brooks off the top of the Irish chart, What Colour Is The Wind. It is a song that brings tears every time it's sung on his twice yearly theatre tours of the UK, annual tours in Australia, Canada and America
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