Passenger Concert On 15-10-2022 At Forum Melbourne, Melbourne VIC

Passenger 2022 Concert

Event: Passenger Concert

Venue: Forum Melbourne, 154 Flinders St, Melbourne VIC, Australia

Date: Sat, 15 Oct, 8 pm GM+11

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Mike Rosenberg, better known as Passenger, is a multi-award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter from Brighton, England. Although he is still recognized for his busking, he took Let Her Go from street corners to stadiums, reaching number one in 19 countries and amassing over two billion views on YouTube. However, Let Her Go is simply one song from a discography that spans 12 albums and 13 years. Passenger has a global audience thanks to his production’s constancy and honesty on and off stage, and he continues to travel the world, headlining some of the world’s most recognized stages.

Birds That Flew and Ships That Sailed

Mike Rosenberg realized his life would alter at the start of last year. He could have gone insane if someone had informed the Brighton-born singer/songwriter, known to millions as Passenger, that he would top the charts in 20 nations in 2013. He had no idea to what degree, probably for the best.

Birds That Flew and Ships That Sailed, Passenger’s 14th studio album, was released on 14 Apr 2022. The album was published without the help of a record company or a public relations firm. Plastic Bank, a social company that fights plastic pollution in the ocean, is the beneficiary of the album’s publication. Passenger’s 8th album to hit the UK Top 40, the album debuted at Number 35 on the Official UK Albums Chart.

Passenger Biography

Michael David Rosenberg, best known by his stage name Passenger, is an English singer-songwriter and musician born on 17 May 1984. Rosenberg, the main vocalist and composer for Passenger until the band disbanded in 2009, chose to use the band’s moniker for his solo effort. He released the song “Let Her Go” in 2012, which went to number one in 16 countries and had over 3.2 billion views on YouTube, making it the most-watched Australian video of all time.

The song was nominated for a Brit Award for British Single of the Year in 2014, and he won the Ivor Novello Award for Most Performed Work from the British Academy. Rosenberg was born in Brighton on 17 May 1984 to Quaker parents Jane, an English mother, and Gerard Rosenberg, an American Jewish father from Vineland, New Jersey. Rosenberg began playing classical guitar at an early age and started writing songs at 14–15. Rosenberg dropped out of school when he was 16 to pursue a career in music, and he spent the following three years busking around England and Australia.

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