Pharrell Williams returns to the UK for a headline concert at Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro on 19 July 2016.
Pharrell Williams live in Glasgow
Updated: 1 June 2016
Pharrell Williams has confirmed a one-off concert in Glasgow for July. The gig will be his first in the city since 2014.
The Happy singer will perform at Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro on 19 July, which follows his performance in London as part of the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park.
The singer, producer and all round star is set to take to the stage in Hyde Park ahead of Stevie Wonder on 10 July.
Pharrell Williams released his second solo album, Girl, in 2014. The collection includes the huge hit Happy and was produced by Pharrell. His first album in eight years following his debut, In My Mind (2006), Girl showcases Pharrell’s ability to cover a variety of musical genres from funk to dance-pop.
About Pharrell Williams
Pharrell Williams has earned seven Grammy Awards, landed eight top 10 singles in the UK and earned his first UK No.1 album in 2014 with the release of Girl.
Hailing from Virginia, Pharrell Williams is a successful producer, singer, rapper, and fashion designer. As well as his work as a solo artist, Pharrell is one half of the production team The Neptunes, the lead vocalist and drummer for the band N.E.R.D, and he is the co-founder of fashion brands Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream.
Pharrell Williams has worked with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Usher, Azealia Banks and, one of his most well-known recent collaborations, Robin Thicke.
He appeared alongside T.I on Robin Thicke’s hit single Blurred Lines, which became the UK’s most downloaded single of 2013. At the same time Pharrell Williams was in the charts with his song Get Lucky, which appeared on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories album.
Pharrell’s second solo album
In March 2014 he released his second album Girl, a follow-up to his debut solo album In My Mind (2006). The album contains Pharrell Williams’ hit single Happy, which also appeared on the soundtrack for Despicable Me 2. The song became No.1 in numerous countries, including spending four week’s at No.1 in the UK and then climbing to the top spot on a further two occasions.