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Most well known for being the lead singer of the 90's English rock band Supergrass, Gaz Coombes has been undertaking a solo effort since he announced he would be leaving the group in 2010.
Supergrass are the Oxford based rockers who formed back in 1993 and ruled the charts for a number of years with their best selling albums like 'I Should Coco' and 'In It For The Money', which each sold over 1 million copies and were awarded platinum discs. Supergrass won a heap of awards in their lifetime that include a BRIT award, not to mention a number of other BRIT nominations, an Ivor Novello Award and an NME Award amongst many others. With Gaz Coombes at the helm of this band, he is now one of the most well known solo rock artists in the UK.
After announcing he would be going solo in 2010, Coombes released his debut solo single that was up for free download, before releasing a number of other singles, some of which were eventually featured on his two studio albums. His most recent LP 'Matador', which was released at the beginning of the year received widespread good reviews and climbed to the number 18 position on the UK Chart, proving he's still got it as a solo artist. 'This Time Tomorrow', 'Hot Fruit' and '20/20' are just some of the singles that have propelled him to where he is today.
Having just embarked upon a Spring tour of 'Matador' that will stopping all over the country, things are looking good for Gaz, and with this performance at The London Forum just on the horizon, things are only going to get better.