TALENTED singer-songwriter Sandi Thom will be performing at the Ricoh Arena this year as part of her world-wide tour.
The acoustic artist will be stopping off in Coventry on November 15 to play in Hall 5.
Sandi is singing in America, Australia, New Zealand and across the United Kingdom before bringing her spectacular one-woman show to the Ricoh.
The Scottish-born singer shot to fame for her pop, folk, R&B, rock and blues style via the internet and she has gone on to release five studio albums, 13 singles and one compilation album.
Her debut single I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker shot to number one in the UK charts and achieved the same position in the Australian charts where it stayed for ten weeks and became the highest selling single of 2006.
She will be supported by upcoming folk and singer-songwriter Ruu Campbell.
Liz Cooper, marketing director at the Ricoh, said this was an intimate gig which was perfectly suited to Hall 5.
She said: “Sandi has built-up a loyal collection of fans since she shot to fame in 2006.
“She is currently working on her sixth album so there may be some new songs for people to enjoy as well as the hits for which she is well-known for.”
Tickets are now on sale priced at £17.50 plus booking fee at theticketfactory.com