Warren Walters Presents..

Todd Sharpville

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Last Show: Sunday 14 th April 2024

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Todd Sharpville (born 9 April 1970) is a British musician, singer-songwriter and lead guitarist, mainly in the blues field.
This multi- talented performer came to fame with his 1994 debut album release ‘Touch of Your Love’ The album won ’Best Album in the British Blues Connection awards'.

He won Best UK Guitarist award in 1995 beating fellow nominees Eric Clapton and Gary Moore.

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Todd’s second blues album ‘The Meaning of Times’ featured guests Leo Sayer, Paul Lamb. and ex Rolling Stone Mick Taylor.
Todd has worked with Ike Turner and Chuck Berry, and appeared at the Hammersmith Apollo. He also worked with Dana Gillespie, Robbie Williams, Van Morrison, George Michael, Taj Mahal, and Brian May.

Todd has been the European opening act for Pink, Joe Cocker, and BB King.

During the Covid crisis he formed the world’s first professional lockdown backing band which included well known session musicians, living together in a bubble in a rented Norfolk mansion.

Todd was chosen as the opening act for superstar Eric Clapton in May 2022, and performed at Clapton’s Royal Albert Hall concerts in London.

More recently Todd recorded a self-penned duet single with Robbie Williams.