Vote now for who you think should be the Male Artist of the month for April 2013! If you feel that you or someone you know deserves to be a featured as one of the Male Artists of the month then let our talent coordinator know by emailing email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can! Please keep it in mind that any person who leaves negative, unpleasant and unnecessarily rude or derogative comments will be removed and banned from this site permanently. This is not a page where you can post your rants – we will ONLY approve comments that are constructive to the contestants. Let’s just keep this voting poll fair and fun!
1. Pete Flude (UK)
Pete Flude hails from a musical family. He got his first taste of the limelight when he joined their local folk band called ‘Seraphina’. He later joined a blues/rock band called ‘Pure Greed’ which performed a mix of 60’s psychedelic rock and original songs in the early 2000’s all over Birmingham. He was part of a Madness tribute band that has performed all over England, he was also a part of a band called ‘Total Recall’ which is based in Wales as well as a funk touring band called ‘Beat Street International’ which has performed all over UK and has also toured Europe and Israel. He also had a stint performing on cruise ships in America whilst supporting ‘Hot Chocolate’ and ‘Bad manners’ along the way. In 2010 Pete moved to Perth where he performed with ‘E.T Funk’ on a tour of Western Australia. He continued to play all over Western Australia for two years supporting Daryl Braithwaite in Broome. During this time he managed to write songs such as ‘Simmer’, ‘The Guitar Man’ and ‘The Mind Reader’. Last year he started performing with ‘DD Soul’ – a band comprising of current and ex students from WAAPA where he managed to snag two TV appearances. He is currently in the process of recording an album called ‘Ain’t too young to die’ and this is in collaboration with the singer ‘Chelsea Cullen’ which is due to be released this year. His new acoustic solo show is performed live with a loop pedal and you can expect exciting arrangements of modern and classical hits as well as songs from his new album. Pete has an organic and rhythmic playing style as well as an inspiring, soulful voice which should not be missed.
2.Kulvinder Khurana (London)
Kulvinder is an up and coming artist who has performed in a number of events all throughout London as well as New York. He has been producing and performing his own music for quite some time now and he hopes to perform at a much bigger stage in the near future.
3. Mark Thompson (UK)
Mark Thompson aka “Beauty” is a singer-songwriter and performance artist whose music is a marriage of twisted synth pop and catchy R&B. With an undeniably unique style and flair for writing insanely catchy hooks his dance floor destroyers and euphoric stompers are guaranteed to please and remain firmly stuck in people’s head. Piers Morgan described him as “Incredibly vibrant, sensational, and energetic”. Simon Cowell has described his audition as “one of the best auditions I’ve seen while travelling the country” and Amanda Holden has described him as “Amazing”. Beauty’s latest work is an album boasting flirtatious anthemic pop and hard hitting electro synths. It’s now available to download FREE via www.beautysmusic.co.uk
4. Brandon Davey
Brandon Davey has been learning, writing, playing and performing since he was just 6 years old. He is currently studying Engineering at the Victoria University but he spends much of his time playing music. He writes music for his band Mischievous Thom and they actually released their first EP back in 2009 whilst they were still in school. Using the money they made from their previous EP, they were able to produce an album with 15 original songs – it was called “Kindness in Red” and they are now about to release their next 7 track EP. So far he has written over 40 original songs, he has written music for 2 short films, he has worked as a Musical Director for “Bellarine Jongluers” as well as performed in the stage show “The Drowsy Chaperone”. His band also won “Best Street Musician” at the Apollo Bay Music Festival in 2009 an then they returned the following year and won the most popular category. He has done so much with his music so far but he feels that he has so much more to do.
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