Popular X-Factor runner-up invites fans to dance with him at Wembley Arena
5-3-2013 — /europawire.eu/ — He may not have won ITV’s popular reality TV show, the X-Factor, but Olly Murs has certainly kept a nation entertained since. In front of a captivated UK-wide audience, 2009’s sixth season of the X-Factor saw Joe McElderry crowned king of the latest bunch of wannabe crooners. Murs gracefully took the runner-up title but was not deterred by his defeat, spring boarding into the music arena with first single, ‘Please Don’t Let Me Go’, which shot straight to Number 1 in the UK charts. Now, the lovable cheeky Essex lad returns to London (10 March 2013) to continue what has since been a rollercoaster ride of sell out tours coupled with three album releases. Join the popstar at the Wembley Arena this March in what promises to be a charismatic set, complete with humour and big uplifting tunes. LondonTown.com advise Murs fans who are coming from outside of the capital to book a nearby London hotel to avoid the rush!
Olly Murs has managed to do what most X-Factor hopefuls have not: find success. Crediting his career so far to ‘Right Place, Right Time’, the title of his third studio album, Murs has established himself as both a singer and a songwriter. Not only that, but the talented pop star has now turned his hand to presenting, joining Caroline Flack as the face of spin-off show, ‘Xtra Factor.’
First album, self-titled Olly Murs, reached Number One in the UK charts and helped propel Murs to international fame. The debut album included popular tracks ‘Thinking of me’, ‘Heart on my Sleeve’ and ‘Busy.’ Murs completed a four night stint at London’s Hammersmith Apollo – every night sold out – soon after the album’s release. This March’s show at the Wembley Arena promises to include early Murs hits as well as some from later albums ‘In Case You Didn’t Know’ and ‘Right Place, Right Place’ – namely ‘One of These Days’, ‘Troublemaker’ and ultimate crowd please, ‘Dance with me Tonight.’
His infectious grin and charming personality has ensured that Olly Murs stays atop of both the pop charts and public feeling. With a clear love for his trade and performing, his songs were made for big arenas and there is no doubt the whole of Wembley Arena will be standing on their feet, dancing and singing with Olly! If audiences are lucky, there might be a second, Sport Relief-inspired trouser split….
Wembley Arena, positioned opposite Wembley Stadium still remains one of London’s most exciting places to watch a gig, hosting concerts by some of the world’s most famous artists, including The Beatles, Rod Stewart, ABBA and Bob Dylan.
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