“He just keeps on getting better and better” was how Graham Norton described Sam Dickinson to over 4 million listeners during the premier of his last single, ‘When You Left Me, on BBC Radio 2. He’s unique. It’s often a phrase banded around when describing an artist, but Sam Dickinson IS unique.
The openly LGBT singer has been compared to vocal greats like Mick Hucknall, was the highest charting unsigned soul artist on iTunes when he released his debut album ‘The Stories That Occurred’ and continually sells out shows. He is currently recording his new album ‘Auctioned Dreams & Battle Shields’ with John Elliott of Loft Music.
With a new sound, he is blending the genres of disco, soul and 90’s icons M People and Lisa Stansfield, as well as covering Mica Paris’ ‘Carefree’. Aiming to repeat the successes of his last album, such as Top 40 on iTunes and Youtube, a national tour and reviews describing his last album as “one of the albums of the year” [So So Gay: July 2013] it’s a challenge he’s up to.
Like we said, Sam Dickinson is unique. It’s about time you discovered for yourself.