Tom Ball, the 25-year-old teacher who shot to fame with his stunning performances on Britain’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent: All Stars, has recently announced the release of a new single ahead of the release of his debut album and UK tour dates.

The single, I (Who Have Nothing), a hit for Shirley Bassey in 1963, and Tom Jones in 1970, was released earlier this year, preceding the release of Tom’s debut album Curtain Call in November on the UK independent label, Westway Music.

In addition, Tom will be the special guest of the number one multi-platinum-selling group The Overtones on their biggest ever UK tour this November and December.

His jaw-dropping performances of forthcoming single I (Who Have Nothing), Sam Smith’s Oscar-winning Writing’s On The Wall and Conchita Wurst’s Rise Like a Phoenix, all sang on Britain’s Got Talent, combined with his unassuming nature, quiet confidence and bubbly personality, endeared him to an army of fans and global supporters as he finished runner-up in the 2022 final.

After supporting multi-platinum recording artist Michael Ball (no relation) at a sold-out London Palladium in 2022, Tom was invited to take part in America’s Got Talent: All Stars, a show featuring talent described by Simon Cowell as “the best of the best of the best” of the acts to have appeared on the Got Talent franchises around the world.

In typical fashion, Tom performed a show-stopping version of Simon & Garfunkel’s classic The Sound Of Silence, earning him a standing ovation from the audience and judges, and the first ever Group Golden Buzzer to guarantee his place in the final. The performance has since gone viral, being viewed online over 35 million times, and gained Tom huge celebrity support from the likes of James Corden and Adam Lambert.



Date Venue
Tue 7th The Plaza Stockport
Wed 8th Town Hall Cheltenham
Fri 10th Venue Cymru Llandudno
Sun 12th Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
Mon 13th Opera House Buxton
Tue 14th G Live Guildford
Wed 15th Central Theatre Chatham
Fri 17th Anvil Arts Basingstoke
Sat 18th New Theatre Cardiff
Sun 19th Hall For Cornwall Truro
Mon 20th De Montfort Hall Leicester
Tue 21st St George’s Hall Bradford
Wed 22nd O2 City Hall Newcastle
Sat 25th City hall Sheffield
Mon 27th Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Tue 28th Hexagon Reading
Wed 29th City Hall Hull
Thu 30th Victoria Hall Stoke


Date Venue
Sat 2nd Pavilion Theatre Weymouth
Sun 3rd Royal Concert Hall Poole
Tue 5th Regent Theatre Ipswich
Wed 6th Indigo O2 London
Thu 7th Congress Theatre Eastbourne
Fri 8th Town Hall Birmingham
Mon 11th Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
Tue 12th Royal Concert Hall Perth
Wed 13th Music Hall Aberdeen

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