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Vinny Peculiar

Vinny Peculiar returns to Liverpool with a full band and some very special guests for a multimedia performance in the Music Room. Featuring songs from his fabulously diverse, fourteen album recording career including the latest critically acclaimed album, How I Learned To Love The Freaks

Vinny Peculiar (aka Alan Wilkes) grew up in Worcestershire and trained as a nurse before signing to Manchester cult label Ugly Man Records (former home to Elbow). He’s since put out fourteen albums of literate autobiographical pop music over a twenty-year career touring band, solo and duo shows in the UK, Ireland, Europe and the US.

Past work associations include Bill Drummond (KLF) and his various bands have included ex-members of The Smiths, OASIS, Aztec Camera & The Fall. He’s written and recorded as Parlour Flames, the band he formed in 2013 with ex-OASIS rhythm guitarist, Bonehead.

"A well-measured introduction to an under sung national treasure" – Uncut Magazine

"Vinny Peculiar songs make you laugh and cry and think all at the same time" – Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6Music

"Vinny’s kitchen sink confessional style of writing is often described as quintessentially English – ‘homespun tunesmithery in the Robyn Hitchcock/Martin Newell vain –wry nostalgia, witty wordplay" – Rolling Stone

Tickets for this event include a £1 venue restoration levy, included in the ticket price. This fee supports building investment at the Grade II-listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


  • Sat 1 Jun 8pm £22.50/£19.50

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