11 Facts About Tom Grennan


Thomas Tom Grennan was born on 8 June 1995 and is an English singer and songwriter from Bedford and is based in London.

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Tom Grennan trained to become a professional footballer, playing for Luton Town for a while, trying for Northampton Town and Aston Villa; he was later released.

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Tom Grennan told Music Week: "I was close to playing over in the States but something was telling me not to and obviously it was the music".

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Tom Grennan did not remember it, but his friends were impressed and pushed him into performing more.

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Tom Grennan studied acting at St Mary's University in Twickenham.

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In February 2017, Tom Grennan was shortlisted for the MTV Brand New Award, performing at the MTV Showcase at London's Electric Ballroom.

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Tom Grennan performed in Trafalgar Square during the F1 Live in London show in support of Formula One drivers.

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Tom Grennan's song "Found What I've Been Looking For" appeared on the FIFA 18 soundtrack and was used by Sky Sports as the theme song for Super Sunday and RBI19 Baseball.

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In January 2020, Tom Grennan released the first single "This is the Place" from his second album Evering Road.

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Tom Grennan followed this with two further singles "Oh Please" and "Amen" in the same year.

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In March 2022, Tom Grennan released the first single from his third album "Remind Me", which charted at number 27 on the UK Singles Chart.

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