From start to finish at this special 30 year celebration event there was such a lovely atmosphere. “Once again, it was truly a great pleasure to be singing for everyone. it was great having everyone joining in, showing their appreciation and having such an enjoyable time.”
Scott is absolutely delighted and honoured again to be supporting The Princes Trust on Thursday 5 December 2013. He will be singing at the 10th Anniversary Diamond Ball which will take place within the truly magnificient St Georges Hall in Liverpool. £2000 for table of 10 (£200 per ticket) or £3000 for table of 10 or (£300 per ticket priority table) Champagne reception 7pm carriages 1am. There will also be a performance from Martin Fry and the legendary 80′s group ABC.
Just returned from such a brilliant night at the Christmas Light Switch On. Met Kingsland Road who are from this year’s X factor finals and they are such a great talented group. What an amazing time I had performing on stage in front of such a massive and supportive crowd. Appearances from Wigan Athletic and Wigan Warriors as well as other brilliant performers and the amazing Hacker T Dog and students of LYPA. Fantastic turn out of supporters on the evening. Many thanks to all who have organised this event . View Scott’s live performance on YouTube www.Youtube.com/scottchapmansinger
Scott’s brand new original album “Scott & Ben: Infinity” will be released on iTunes 7th September 2013 be first in line to download your copy!! 15 Original tracks written and produced by Scott and the album includes bonus acoustic cover tracks. Scott has been hard at work writing and producing this album for months. The concept for the album is about the journey of life and having belief when struggling to succeed, realising life is whatever you make it for yourself. Once again the album features the great talent of Ben Fearnley on guitar. Hope you all enjoy You can watch the youtube video for the title track “Infinity” here
Or to listen to 2 Exclusive previews of original tracks from the album Scott & Ben: Infinity hit the play buttons Below!
Scott Chapman – Heading To N.Y.C. – Original Song
Scott Chapman – Bottom Of A Bottle – Original Song
Performing on stage today was totally awesome in front of such a supportive crowd. Great music from the Bands and it was great to be asked once again to be a part of Wigan Town Centre Events. Many thanks to the organisers for helping to put on such a brilliant event for the town.
Scott’s self penned original songs and some covers will be due for release in the month of September. He has been busy producing the album called ‘Infinity’and says “A great deal of thought and work has been put into this album and hopefully everyone who purchases a copy will be really pleased with it. There will be a great mix of songs with various beats and sounds”. Acoustic guitar on the album is again being played by the extremely talented Ben Fearnley. Links to the sites for purchase will follow very soon.
The rain came down but that did not deter from the enjoyment and great atmosphere at a very busy event at Chester racecourse. This is where Scott was the sole performer for over 350 guests at their corporate business celebration.
Oh What A Night!!!! Tremendous atmosphere and so much dancing, singing and enjoyment at The Pier Head, Liverpool Matou Restaurant. “Just want to say how much I enjoyed performing there for so many people who really had a Summer Party night to remember.”
30 years since Wigan & Leigh Hospice opened the doors and now the Hospice has grown into an organisation that now cares for around 1000 patients each year and many more thousands providing support for families and carers.
What a truly memorable and wonderful evening celebrating at the Hospice Pearl Anniversary Ball. It was an honour for me to perform on the evening. It was such a brilliant night and it was amazing to see so many supporters of the Hospice there. Over £20000 so far has been raised. Special ‘thankyou’ to the organisers, Maxine, Edwin, Phil who provided the Sound, Norman for being such a great MC for the evening and to everyone who supported the Hospice 30th anniversary.
Helping young people who suffer with a variety of issues and working with many youngsters who have social, confidence and self-esteem issues which affect their lives is what the Tunza’s Pride Charity is involved with. The opening of their very first social centre in St Helens during 2013 will be a massive achievement for everyone concerned. Scott was delighted to have been able to support the charity and provide the entertainment during the evening at Haydock Park.