Gerard Crosbie, professionally known as Gerry Cinnamon, is a Scottish singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist. He sings in his local accent with "brutally honest" lyrics.
|Birth name:||Gerard Crosbie|
|Born:||October 01, 1984, Glasgow, Scotland|
|Genres:||Indie rock, indie folk, folk rock, anti-folk|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, singer, songwriter|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, harmonica|
|Labels:||Little Runaway Music, GC Music|
|Associated acts:||The LaFontaines|
|Website:||Gerry Cinnamon's Official site|
|Twitter:||Gerry Cinnamon's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Gerry Cinnamon's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Gerry Cinnamon's Facebook profile|
|Spotify:||Gerry Cinnamon's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Gerry Cinnamon's SoundCloud|
About Gerry Cinnamon
Singer whose brand of acoustic guitar-led folk-rock was introduced to the world with the album Erratic Cinematic (2017), which reached the top of the U.K. iTunes chart for singer-songwriters. The album spawned popular songs like "Sometimes," "Belter" and "Lullaby."
He was raised in the Castlemilk district of Glasgow, Scotland, where he was heavily influenced by artists like Oasis and Bob Dylan.
His first concert at the Barrowlands Ballroom sold out in 60 seconds.
He has an older sister.
He has toured as an opening act for John Power.
Information related to Gerry Cinnamon
- People educated at Kings Park Secondary School
- Scottish rock singers
- Scottish rock guitarists
- 21st-century Scottish singers
- Scottish singer-songwriters
- Musicians from Glasgow
- Scottish male singers