Gerry Cinnamon is a Scottish singer-songwriter known for his raspy vocals and emotionally charged lyrics. Born Gerard Crossan on October 1, 1985, in Glasgow, Scotland, he grew up in the Castlemilk area of the city. Cinnamon first began writing songs and playing guitar at the age of 15, inspired by his love for Bob Dylan and Oasis.

In the early years of his music career, Cinnamon played in various bands but struggled to gain recognition. He eventually decided to go solo and started performing as an acoustic artist. Known for his honest and relatable songwriting, he quickly gained a devoted fan base through word of mouth and social media.

Cinnamon released his debut album, “Erratic Cinematic,” in 2017, which received critical acclaim and reached number 17 on the UK Albums Chart. The album features his breakout single “Belter,” which has become an anthem at his live shows. His music is a blend of indie folk, rock, and pop, often characterised by his distinctive Scottish accent and raw, unfiltered delivery.

Gerry Cinnamon’s popularity continued to rise with the release of his second album, “The Bonny,” in 2020. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart and was praised for its anthemic and introspective tracks.

Known for his energetic live performances, Cinnamon has gained a reputation as one of the best live acts in Scotland. His concerts often sell out quickly, and he has performed at notable music festivals such as Glastonbury and TRNSMT.

Backing Tracks – Belter … Ghost … Sometimes

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