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David Sneddon

David Sneddon (born Paisley, Scotland, September 15 1978) is a British pop singer-songwriter who sprang to fame when he won the first UK series of Fame Academy in 2002. David had a No.1 hit single with âStop Living The Lieâ in January 2003, and a No. 3 hit with "Don't Let Go", in April. His debut album, "Seven Years - Ten Weeks", released in April 2003, entered the UK Album charts at No. 5. David writes piano-based melodies. He has written songs for UK soul artist Nate James's Album, Set The Tone, and for Nate's single 'The Message,' which is in the Radio Airplay Charts and the Singles charts in Italy, and is set for release across Europe and Japan.

David Sneddon is a writer of pop music, and is signed to Universal Music as a songwriter. He is a young singer songwriter from Paisley Scotland. Remember David from winning the Fame Academy show - in vivid contrast to his popstar looks and light-hearted image, David is a seriously talented musician who writes creative and heartfelt melodies. David is back performing and will be doing acoustic sets in 2006. He grew up in a small flat. He enjoyed performing in music...

years active 2003–present
origin Scotland
music genre Pop music
publishing deal Universal
license: GNU FDL
source: Wikipedia

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