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2 August 2012, 12:57
The 'Vegas Girl' star also held an album signing for hundreds of fans in his home city.
Conor Maynard returned to his home city of Brighton last night for a huge homecoming concert to wrap his current UK tour.
The 'Can't Say No' singer held an album signing at the HMV in Churchill Square shopping centre to celebrate the launch of his debut record 'Contrast' this week, signing autographs for hundreds of fans before performing a short acoustic session for those gathered to see him.
Conor then took to the stage at the Concorde 2 last night (1st August) to wrap a five-date summer UK tour to celebrate the release of his debut, and described the concert's atmosphere as "insane" after his performance.
"Wow… Brighton album signing was MAD!! And there was me thinking it would just be my mum," Conor tweeted last night. "Last show of the tour!!!! In my home town of Brighton!!!! Time to go m*********n innnnn.
"Brighton you were INSANE!!! Ahhh always love coming back to my home town!!!," Conor later added.
View a picture of Conor Maynard performing live at his album signing in Brighton this week below:
Conor's debut 'Contrast' was released on Monday and is expected to chart highly in the weekend album charts, currently competing with Plan B's latest release 'Ill Manors'.
Earlier this week Conor opened up about having a song written by Odd Future star Frank Ocean on the record, describing it as an honour and saying he has been a fan of the "Pyramids" star for some time.
View a picture of Conor Maynard signing copies of his debut album 'Contrast' below:
Conor Maynard's latest single 'Vegas Girl' charted at number six on the Vodafone Big Top 40 last weekend, following his number four hit with 'Can't Say No' earlier this year.