PAUL Carrack will be bringing his new album to a live performance in Glasgow soon.

The English singer plans to perform songs from his eighteenth studio album 'One on One' as part of the 2022 'Good and Ready' tour.

He will play at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on February 18. 

The album was written, recorded and mixed by Paul himself while his tour was put on hold because of Covid. 

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The album is described as 'live-sounding' with influences from soul, funk, and one of Paul's heroes, Ray Charles. 

Paul said: "The sound of the record is warm, I think, and engaging, and nourishing. There’s two ballads on there, but the rest of it is surprisingly upbeat.

"I think that’s maybe because we were mid-tour when the touring was shut down but I was still in a kind of ‘live’ mode.”

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While Paul is excited to get back on tour and perform his new material, he assures that some of the hits fans know and love him for will feature. 

 “There’s certain songs we always have in the set, of course, ‘How Long,’ ‘Over My Shoulder,’ ‘The Living Years,’ ‘Tempted,’ ‘Love Will Keep Us Alive,’” he said.

Paul is known for recording songs with Mike + the Mechanics, Squeeze, Ace and more.

He added: “I love singing those songs and I love the response, but we’ve got a massive repertoire, because these guys have been with me for over 20 years now. So we’ll get together and see which of these are going to fly.”