Conner Reeves

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Conner Reeves
Born (1972-04-08) April 8, 1972 (age 44)
Bremen, Germany
Residence London, England
Occupation singer, songwriter
Years active 1997-present

Conner Reeves (born 8 April 1972) is an English singer-songwriter. He is best known for his 1997 album Earthbound which was released on Colin Lester's and Ian McAndrew's Wildstar label.

Reeves scored five Top 40 singles in the UK Singles Chart, was nominated for a BRIT Award and performed as support act for many singers which include Whitney Houston on her European Tour in 1998. After his recording contract was terminated, Reeves found the time to write songs for other artists like Artful Dodger, Joss Stone and Sami Yusuf. He also gave his written song "As Love Is My Witness" to the record-breaking Irish pop band Westlife for their album Where We Are.

In November 2005 he released a new EP called "Welcome to the Future" through Still Waters Recordings.[1]

On 17 March 2007 a song he wrote called "I Can", performed by the former East 17 singer Brian Harvey, participated in the United Kingdom's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. He co-wrote the tracks "Mouth to Mouth" and "Porcelain" with X Factor winner Matt Cardle on his October 2013 album "Porcelain", as well as being credited with backing vocals and keyboards.




  • 1997 "My Father's Son" - UK #12
  • 1997 "Earthbound" - UK #14
  • 1998 "Read My Mind" - UK #19 co-written with Wayne Cohen
  • 1998 "Searching for a Soul" - UK #28
  • 1999 "Best Friend" (with Mark Morrison) - UK #23
  • 2005 "Welcome to the Future"
  • 2008 "Joy" (download single)


Co-writing songs for Joss Stone[edit]

2. "Jet Lag" (Stone, Jonathan Shorten, Reeves)
6. "Less Is More" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)
9. "Snakes and Ladders" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)

1. "Free Me" (Stone, Reeves, Shorten, Kenya Baker)
2. "Could Have Been You" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)
3. "Parallel Lines" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)
4. "Lady" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)
5. "4 and 20" (Stone, Shorten, Reeves)
7. "Governmentalist" (Stone, Hayley Carline, Neville Malcolm, Nasir Jones, Reeves, Shorten)


  1. ^ - accessed April 2009
  2. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 457. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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