Addy Oldman singer songwriter is a ‘Totally Unplugged’ musician from Bollington near Macclesfield in Cheshire. He is musically influenced by genres Blues & Motown.
Addy’s first album ‘Totally Unplugged’ is available on download release on iTunes, Amazon and leading music download stores. The single ‘Snow Goose’ is also available.
He has always loved acts such as Stevie Wonder (Isn’t She Lovely, Lately) – saying: “Stevie’s music has so much passion in it.”
As well as singing, Addy also plays guitar and piano and started writing his own material at the tender age of 11. He is also a Guns ‘n’ Roses fan with an acoustic cover of ‘Sweet Child Of Mine‘.
Performing with world-renowned guitarist, John Gomm and Macclesfield’s Fil Hill is now opening up a whole new musical world for local lad Addy. Lots of good things happening!
Addy Oldman Guitarist Pianist Cheshire
He has played at many venues around Cheshire – such as The Snow Goose (Macclesfield), Swan With Two Necks (Macclesfield) The Red Rock (Poynton), Heritage Centre (Macclesfield), Bollington Arts Centre to name but a few.
Going Back In Time: Addy Oldman as a singer songwriter, has also been a support act to The Christians on their UK tour, finding this experience ‘breath-taking’.
Macclesfield is located where the Cheshire plain gives way to the Peak District. It was first recorded under the name “Maclesfeld” in the Domesday Book of 1086. It’s name is probably from a local landowner of the time. Two centuries later it was granted a charter. The Church of All Saints was built shortly afterwards, where St Michael’s Church now stands in the centre of town.
It regained some measure of international fame in the late 20th century as the home of members of the late 1970s rock band Joy Division, which evolved into popular 1980s dance band New Order after lead singer Ian Curtis hanged himself in his Barton Street home in 1980.
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Fans of Joy Division come to Macclesfield from all over the world, especially every 18 May, the anniversary of his death, to pay their respects at his grave marker in Macclesfield Cemetery. Control (2007), a film about Curtis’s life and death based on his widow’s memoirs, was filmed using many of the same Macclesfield locations in which he lived. (Wikipedia)