Celebrity News : For Harry Styles singing in front of thousands of people is a breeze. But he has always been backed by its companions of One Direction. Now that the Englishman starts his solo career he will have to fill the stages of the different cities he has chosen for his first solo tour.
Now after sell-out the entrances of the first part of his Harry Styles Live On Tour, the reconverted rocker has announced through social networks, 56 new dates to add to his solo tour. The artist will arrive in the UK on August 29 and will be performing in Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Although it has not yet been made public, it is official that Styles will be accompanied by a special guest Leon Bridges will occupy in Mexico and South America, Warpaint in Asia, and Kacey Musgraves in the United States and Canada. Right now, Harry is performing in different cities of the world taking the first half of his tour to small spaces, in which he has the support of the band MUNA.
Since April 7, “Sign of The Times” (the first single without his One Direction teammates), Harry Styles has been reaping impressive sales figures that have led to his self-titled album to the top of the Billboard 200.
With 230,000 digital copies and 130,000 hits sold in the United States alone, the 23-year-old is already among the most successful debuts of British soloists across the pond.
This good reception has not only been given to the public: the critic has also welcomed with open arms a work as fresh as solid, with which the artist has managed to get away from the image of teenage boy band leader. Publications such as Rolling Stone and NME have described the album as “surprising” or “timeless”, consisting of ten songs clearly influenced by David Bowie or Queen among others, and thanks to which Harry unexpectedly becomes one of the figures to take into account facing a renewal of the most classic rock.