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Tokio Myers is an amazing pianist and music producer born in London.
Myers real name is Torville Jones, when he first put his fingers to the keys at the age of nine and at the age of 32-years-old he auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent, taking the crown in 2017. He won the reality show playing Debussy's "Clair de lune", which turned into Ed Sheeran's song "Bloodstream"; Rihanna's "Diamonds" in semi-final 3; and in the final, Hans Zimmer's Interstellar theme soundtrack and Rag'n'Bone Man's hit "Human". "Bloodstream", along with his début album Our Generation.
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Tokio Myers - Bloodstream (Live at The Classic BRIT Awards 2018)
Tokio Myers Published on 26 Jun 2018
Music video by Tokio Myers performing Bloodstream (Live with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from The Classic BRIT Awards 2018). (C) 2018 Simco Limited
His music will STAR in movies
Excellent!!! Very creative!!
It is amazing what electronics can add to classical music!
Surely so freaking glad that you all like it
Magical music doesn't abide on to any exist!
- Capricious (Crooked Colours rework)
Tokio Myers performing "Capricious (Crooked Colours rework)" at Sofar London on July 7th, 2015. Sofar puts on hundreds of intimate shows each month around the world. Find an upcoming date in your city:
16 Sep 2015 Sofar Sounds
I know him well!
I have his Album and his particular music "Our generation" usually on high volume!
Tokio Myers didn't only just played Debussy's "Clair de lune", with electronic apparatus in a genius module, he introduced the whole idea too... BRAVO!