Dates and Tickets



LifeLovesYou präsentiert:
Will Varley • Graz
Venue: Guest Room
Beethovenstraße 29, 8010 Graz, Österreich

Doors: 08:00 PM
Starts: 08:50 PM
Artist: will varley

Am 16. Mai bringt LifeLovesYou - Musik mit dem britischen Folk Singer/Songwriter Will Varley einen genialen Musiker in den Guest Room nach Graz!

Einlass: 20:00 Uhr
Beginn: 20:50
Support: tba
Vvk: 12,00 Euro (exk. Gebühren // Kontingent limitiert)
AK: 16,00 Euro

Will Varley - King For A King

Will Varley - The Man Who Fell To Earth (live bei TV Noir)

Will Varley
Singer-songwriter Will Varley has come a long way since his early days haunting the open mics of South London and busking around on The Underground. After releasing his 5th studio album in 2018, his largely sold out UK tour drew to a close with a triumphant show at London's legendary Shepherd's Bush Empire.

There is a depth to Will's songwriting that sets him apart, and has propelled his music far and wide. From songs like 'The Man Who Fell To Earth' which tells the heart-wrenching story of an Angolan immigrant attempting to enter the UK, to the hyper-engaging 'Weddings and Wars' in which he attempts a history of the world in under four minutes, Varley's songs seem to transcend themselves, marrying vivid imagery, politics, emotion and surrealism to capture his musings in a way that is quite remarkable. 

Over the past few years Will has toured relentlessly across Europe and America as support act for Billy Bragg, Frank Turner, Valerie June and The Proclaimers and he's sold out his own headline shows in cities as far a field as Berlin, Zurich, Amsterdam and Vienna. High praise from the likes of Tim Minchin and Simon Nicol of Fairport Convention have helped fan the flames, as his audience continues to grow both on the road and online. His self made music videos have clocked up millions of views on YouTube and the song 'Seize The Night' is fast approaching four million streams on Spotify.

“One of the best songwriters in the UK”
Frank Turner

“A serious new talent”
Simon Nicol of Fairport Convention

“At his lyrical best”
The Times

“Evokes the likes of Bright Eyes, Springsteen and Dylan effortlessly”
Clash Magazine


“Powerful, political & pertinent”
The Independent
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