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Young Guns Announces Classic FM's 'Breakthrough Artist of the Year' - Tokio Myers

Friday, May 4, 2018 - 15:15

Young Guns' Tokio Myers has had a whirlwind year. Since winning Britain's Got Talent 2017, the multi-instrumentalist released his top 5 selling debut selling album, 'Our Generation'. Having sold out his 20 venue tour around the UK and Ireland, Tokio delivered a unique show to over 35,000 people. Directors Dominic and Alexander Lyon comment that "Tokio's path embodies the culture at Young Guns, nurturing talented artists to suceed with the music industry." Tokio now looks forward to getting back in the studio to work on his second album. He has just been named "Breakthrough Artist of the Year" at the Classic BRIT Awards 2018, as well as being nomiated for "Male Artist of the Year" and "Album of the Year".

In March, Tokio enjoyed headlining the launch of 'Kensington Palace Pavilion' where the venue played host to a number of fortunate guests who were privileged to experience the Pavilion for the first time.

Young Guns has made its name providing entertainment in some of London's most prestigious venues presenting the country's finest young musicians, as well as breaking artists into the mainstream.