Born in Nottingham, Campbell started singing with his school and church choirs. But it was many years later when he really started to flourish as a singer, performing in local theatre and two local bands. He travelled all over the Midlands playing local bars and nightclubs.

In 2004 he gained the confidence to go it alone and sing full time professionally. He has gone on to record a number of albums and has worked alongside the Prague Symphony Orchestra, Tony Hadley and Beverly Knight, and enjoyed guest spots on BBC, Smooth, Gem106 and Capital FM radio. Performances have also taken him around the UK, Europe and America.

With a unique and distinctive voice, Campbell brings a smooth charismatic style to his performances.


Some of the singers that Campbell cites as influential are familiar; Frank Sinatra, Nat-King-Cole, Sam Cooke, George Benson and many others that will never realise their impact on his singing development. While the work of famous artists shaped Campbell’s vocal styling it is his own interpretation of the classic songs from all genres written by some of those great lyricists, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Sam Cooke and Stevie Wonder, which adds an emotion that reaches out to an audience, taking them on that special journey.

 Book a table for dinner and you are guaranteed an evening of great entertainment!

If your musical tastes run more to modern classics, Campbell can also bring his performance up to date with Soul and R&B favourites such as “Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay”, “Lets Stay Together” and many more.