The Standard and Some Kinda Entertainment presents
Mike Champion - Young Boy Old Soul LIVE IN CONCERT Tickets NSW
6:00pm, Sun 10th February, 2013
The Standard, NSW
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R&B/Soul Crooner Mike Champion, is a true reflection of dedication and perseverance. For close to a decade he has remained at the forefront of the underground urban music scene in Australia.
Ten years in the making, he has just released his debut album entitled "YOUNG BOY OLD SOUL" to the world. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Marvin Gaye, D'Angelo, Musiq Soulchild & Maxwell, Mike Champion oozes an envious yet humble charm and charisma his fellow musicians admire. With boyish good looks, a poetic mind and a voice to dim the lights, Mike Champion is undoubtedly a natural-born superstar.
Whether you have been a day-one fan or just getting your first taste of Mike Champion, one thing is for certain, you will be tantalised by the amount of flavour he has on offer. He has built a reputation for himself as being a charismatic crowd pleaser who knows how to execute his role as a natural performer .
Mike's presence electrifies a room. This coupled with his magnetic charm brings followers and fans by the 1000's. His sweet sounding, silky vocal is well matched with the smooth and soulful production of his newly released, underground hit debut LP entitled Young Boy - Old Soul.
Based on a goal to create "Grown Folk Music" to enthral an audience of all ages, Champion's Young Boy - Old Soul definitely exceeds all expectations. The LP features local producer and long time friend Don Dolla, as well as other local Artists "the Champ" has connected with, somewhere along his journey.
In surrounding himself with positive and gifted producers, singers, musicians and mentors Mike has intentionally set himself to become a Soul Legend.
Support from The Cool, Ms. Tracy Rose, Neo Pitso and DJ Klasik 1.
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