Manx Voice | Sandi Thom plays the Isle of Man
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Sandi Thom plays the Isle of Man

In 2006 Sandi Thom’s infamous debut single ‘I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker’ topped the charts in seven countries with the ensuing album ‘Smile…It Confuses People’ shifting nearly two million copies to date worldwide.

Thom’s new album ‘Merchants & Thieves’ was released in May, topping the UK iTunes Blues Chart and No.5 in the respective U.S. Chart. The album showcases a new sound from Sandi Thom, bringing to light her passion for the blues.

Now is your chance to see the multi-million album selling international songstress live in concert – performing her hits and showcasing her new album in the intimate setting of the Promenade Suite. Here is a preview of her work:

So, when is Sandi Thom coming to the Isle of Man? It all happens on Friday 25th March with tickets priced at only £20. Don’t miss out on this great event: Book your tickets now

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