|23rd February 2022|
SWG3 Studio Warehouse Glasgow
100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow West End G3 8QG
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Teddy Swims is a Georgia singer-songwriter known for his earthquaking vocals!
Born and raised in Atlanta as a pastor’s grandson, Jaten Dimsdale played American football and was involved in musical theatre while in high school. In addition, he joined bands of different genres, performing everything from hip hop, soul and funk to country and rock. Before long, he’d built a reputation for his soaring vocals and swaggering style.
Named by Rolling Stone to their 2021 Artists To Watch list, Teddy Swims took inspiration from all the lessons he’d learned over the preceding year, through the challenges of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, and began recording his debut EP Unlearning. He released the tracks My Bad and ’Til I Change Your Mind in advance of its arrival in May 2021 and then spent the summer providing support for the Zac Brown Band during their Comeback Tour stadium shows.
In September 2021, Teddy Swims unveiled Bed On Fire with Ingrid Andress and announced a UK tour for February 2022.
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