Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Gig /Craig David

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Gig /Craig David

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Seven Days might be 17 years old, but it's still a song as instantly recognisable as the original Nokia ringtone.

But after a phenomenal entry into the world of garage, r'n'b, hip hop and dance back in 1999 with his debut album Born To Do It, Craig David appeared to fizzle out somewhat.

Even with the success of his famed TS5 parties, transported from his Miami home across the globe, his music just hasn't been as high profile as his early days promised it would be. Until now.

CITYLIFE Now, the velvet voiced boy-next-door is well and truly back, on his first arena tour in 15 years and his second visit to Manchester in months, and we are starting to remember just what he has achieved - 20 UK top 40 singles and sales of more than 14m records worldwide.

Bouncing on stage dressed all in white, he kicks off with Ain't Giving Up, from his new album, Following My Intuition. …

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