Former Wet Wet Wet frontman turned hugely successful solo artist and stage performer.
In 1999, Pellow quit Wet Wet Wet and struck up a friendship with Chris Difford of Squeeze. The two began writing together, resulting in Pellow's solo debut, Smile, in 2001. The album went Gold in the UK. Pellow followed it up by re-recording material from both his Wet Wet Wet days and his solo album for Marti Pellow Sings The Hits Of Wet Wet Wet & Smile in 2002.
In 2021, Pellow released his 11th solo studio album, Stargazer. The album was preceded by the single These Are The Days.
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