THE voice of Paul Carrack has been heard by millions of people but it will only resonate within the walls of Venue Cymru next spring.

Having featured in songs such as How Long by ACE, Tempted by Squeeze and Living Years by Mike and the Mechanics, Carrack has become one of the hardest working and independent musicians on the music scene.

But he continues to collaborate with top bands such as The Eagles and the Eric Clapton Band and the Llandudno performance, alongside his six-piece band, will include a mixture of his feature and solo work.

He was nicknamed ‘The Man with the Golden Voice’ in the BBC documentary about his phenomenal 50-year career.

Carrack has put his talent to good use with a list of 17 solo albums, the best of which have been compiled in his new album ‘The Best of LIVE 1985-2020'.

The show takes place on Monday, April 5 following the expected reopening of Venue Cymru, which is currently being used as a temporary hospital by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

Tickets range from £31 to £38.

For more information and to book, visit or call the box office on 01492 872000.