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Tom Grennan
Thomas Matip Grennan is a British musician who was born in Bedford, now based in London. Grennan found fame as the guest vocalist on Chase & Status's "All Goes Wrong", which was featured as the Hottest Record on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show, and later performed by Grennan on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and on BBC Two's Later... with Jools Holland.
Born June 8, 1995, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
Occupation Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2014–present

About Tom Grennan

Lighting Matches, a first album by a British singer-songwriter, achieved #5 in the UK charts in 2018. As a result of his achievement, he was nominated for the 2019 Global Awards in the categories of Rising Star and Best Indie Artist.

Tom Grennan before fame

He was preparing to play professional soccer.

Achievement of Tom Grennan

He was featured on Band Chase & Status's hit "All Goes Wrong" from 2016.

Tom Grennan family life

His father was a builder and his mother was a teacher. He has a younger sibling who lives with him.

Associations of Tom Grennan

In 2017, he had a cameo appearance in Pop Singer Charli XCX's "Boys" music video.

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English folk guitarists. English folk singers. English male singer-songwriters

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Latest information about Tom Grennan updated on March 25 2022.