Tom opens "Curiously Wicked" Chocolatiers, Morpeth

Tom Wyllie sings to open Curiously Wicked, Sanderson Arcade, Morpeth
Congratulations to Curiously Wicked on opening their shop full of treats today. Tom thoroughly enjoyed
providing an expectant public with some entertainment prior to and just after the big moment at 11am. They seemed to enjoy it too! Thank you too, to all those who pre-ordered Tom's forthcoming CD. Not long to wait now!

Krystyna Dodds of Curiously Wicked said "As a trained musician myself, I was staggered by the purity and quality of Toms' voice when I first heard him sing and was honoured when he agreed to sing at our launch. The range and delivery of his performance is staggering and it's hard to believe that such an accomplished result comes from someone so young. Everyone thought he was marvellous and we had so many positive comments on the day and demands for his CD that orders needed to be taken! Needless to say, we bought two-one for the shop and one for home so that we could listen to him again and again. I firmly believe that Tom is a true star and that it's only a matter of time before he is discovered and given the opportunities he so deserves to bring his voice to the forefront internationally. Tom Wyllie will one day be a household name and we are so privileged to be one of the first to hear him perform. Thank you Tom."

Tom to open new shop in Morpeth!

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Tom Wyllie, North East Singer, is pleased to announce he will be performing at the opening of "Curiously Wicked's new shop in Sanderson Arcade, Morpeth on 5th November 2011.

Excerpt taken from NorthEastWino with thanks

Tom Wyllie at NW&FF
The excerpt, taken from http//northeastwino.posterous.com read “.…Paul Raven of PortoVino took some convincing that it had actually been quite busy on the previous days (he’d been at another show in Manchester so was here for the first time) and even Sachins, who had done a roaring trade on the Friday and Saturday, were less than pleased at the low numbers. It wasn’t all doom and gloom though; Dennhöfer had sold a few bulk orders as had Proteas Wines, possibly people who’d been on the Saturday or Friday night were coming back on the Sunday to buy.

Further discussions were brought to a halt though when 18 year old Harry Potter lookalike Tom Wyllie started singing. Tom shall hereafter be referred to as “The Voice” as, for about half an hour, he enthralled the audience and vendors alike with a mix of Opera, Pop and Swing music receiving enthusiastic and well deserved applause – interestingly enough he’s now showing bookings on his web site from Curiously Wicked and Sachins, so it looks like the quiet Sunday footfall didn’t stop him doing good business!"