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Seal

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Celebrating three decades of his landmark self-titled debut album Seal (1991) and eponymous follow-up Seal II (1994), Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Seal returns to perform his greatest hits live in concert. Expect to hear all of the classic songs from his incredible repertoire including ‘Crazy’, ‘Future Love Paradise’, ‘Killer’ and ‘Kiss from A Rose’.

Wielding one of the most identifiable voices of all-time, Seal has left an indelible imprint on pop, R&B, soul and dance music. Along the way, he has sold over 30 million albums worldwide, generated in excess of one billion streams and garnered four Grammy Awards, three BRIT Awards, two Ivor Novello Awards and one MTV VMA. A versatile and vital force throughout popular culture, his music has also been celebrated with covers by Alanis Morissette, Bastille, and George Michael, to name a few. Along the way, he has collaborated with everyone from Jeff Beck, Joni Mitchell and Santana to P!nk, John Legend, and Gallant. However, Seal’s voice resounds louder than ever with more music in 2023 and beyond.


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