Jack Topping

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Jack Topping
Born c. 2002
Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2013—present
Labels Decca Records

Jack Topping (born c. 2002) is an English chorister who came to public attention during 2013 for his solo vocal performances.[1] Topping comes from Liverpool and is a member of the choir of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. He released his debut studio album Wonderful World in November 2013.

Music career[edit]

2013: Wonderful World[edit]

In September 2013 he became the youngest person to be signed up by Decca Records,[2] beating the record previously held by 12-year-old Isobel Suckling. Decca's president Dickon Stainer described Topping as "the Gareth Bale of choristers".[3] Jack's first EP Introducing Jack: The Classical EP was released on October 18, 2013 by Decca Records. On November 29, 2013 he released his first studio album Wonderful World, the album peaked to number 73 on the UK Albums Chart. On December 13, 2013 he released his first single release a cover version of the song "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie, the official campaign song for the charity Save the Children, for which Topping was appointed an ambassador.[4] The Paris Boys Choir, also known in France as Les Petits Chanteurs de Sainte-Croix de Neuilly, sang with Jack on this recording of a French song :"Caresse sur l'Océan".[5]


Extended plays[edit]

Title EP details
Introducing Jack: The Classical EP


Title Album details Peak chart positions
Wonderful World 73


Year Title Album
2013 "Tomorrow" Wonderful World


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