Will Young is bringing his latest touring show to Birmingham's Symphony Hall tonight (Friday 4 October).
Will came to prominence when he won the 2002 series of Pop Idol. His double A-sided debut single, Anything Is Possible/ Evergreen, was released two weeks after the show's finale and became the UK’s fastest-selling debut single.
Built around his joy of pop music, Will’s long-awaited seventh album, Lexicon, was released this year.
"I always say that there's no point in doing it if it's not joyous,” explains Will. “That's been my motto: do it the way you want to do it.”
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