Tom Andrews (singer)

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Tom Andrews currently living in Exmouth, Devon, England is a British singer and the second artist to be signed to Ellen DeGeneres' record label Eleveneleven.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Andrews born to John and Lynne Andrews[3] made his debut when he was 13. His mother saw an advertisement about a singing contest and told him about it and he applied. He initially sang "Let It Be" and finally "Bohemian Rhapsody" in front of 900 people. He then went on to achieve much success in various nationwide competitions.

Career[edit]

Tom was noticed on YouTube by Ellen DeGeneres and he made his television debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on September 16, 2010 singing "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" by James Brown. He studied at the Exeter Academy of Music and Sound.[4]

He writes his own material and has worked with Toby Gad, Jorgen Elofsson, Arnthor Birgisson, Julie Frost, Gary Clarke, Gary Go, Herbie Crichlow, Stuart Crichton and Khris Lorenz, he is working on his debut album due in 2013. He has also written with Fraser T Smith and RedOne.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak Album
US
2011 "Carry Me On" TBA

Videography[edit]

  • 2010: "Carry Me On" [1]
  • 2010: "If You Asked Me To" [2]
  • 2010: "Run to You" [3]

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