Declan Galbraith (United Kingdom)

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    Declan Galbraith (born December 19, 1991, in Hoo St Werburgh, Kent) is an English singer of Scottish and Irish origin. He and his family live in Hoo, a village near Rochester, Kent. He is known for the control and range of his voice, as well as his ability to interpret and adapt material of differing genres.
    His first recording was a version of ‘Walking in the Air’,which was released on a special Christmas Hits album which also featured Westlife, Elton John and Elvis Presley among many others. He appeared at the Queen’s Jubilee at St Paul's Cathedral, where he sang ‘Amazing Grace’ accompanied by the St Paul’s choir, and at an Elton John concert where at least twenty-two thousand listeners were present.
    Two appearances on German TV led German media giant Pro7/Sat1 Media to bring Declan to its new record label Starwatch, distributed by Warner Bros. In cooperation with producer Ully Jonas, the resulting album, entitled Thank You, was released on December 1, 2006.