A native of rural East Sussex, Rory Graham rose to prominence under the Rag’n’Bone Man moniker in 2016 with the release of ‘Human’; showcasing a characteristic blend of traditional blues and hip hop and introducing the world to his powerfully deep baritone voice.
Having won the 2017 BRIT’s ‘British Breakthrough Act’ and receiving the BRIT’s ‘Critics’ Choice Award’ in the same year, Rory cemented his success with critics with the record-breaking release of his 4x platinum, #1 album ‘Human’. A plethora of international accolades followed including a further BRIT Award for ‘Best Single of the Year’ for Human in 2018. Rory began collecting his dedicated fan base incredibly early on in his career; a fan base that has continued to grow and sell out tours around the globe.
Yes! You can see Rag N Bone Man live on tour.
Rag N Bone Man show takes place on Sunday 7th July 2024 at The Big Top - Inverness Bught Park, Inverness.
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Rag N Bone Man, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff - 25th June 2023
Wet but good
The day was very wet and by the time Rag and Bone man came on cold, everyone had been standing there for a long time so although I enjoyed his performance I thought his consideration for his fans a little bit lacking, in the fact that he still had the long build up to coming on and an encore at the end, it would have been nice of him to just perform his routine without this so that his fans could get out of the rain and cold
Posted by s on 05/08/2023
Rag N Bone Man, Stadiwm CSM, Colwyn Bay - 23rd July 2023