First Listen: THE VOICE Winner HARRISON CRAIG's Latest Album
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May 15, 2014
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New York--Remember then 18-year-old contestant on "The Voice Australia" Season Two who stuttered when talking, but would command your attention once he began singing Josh Groban's "Broken Vow"? Melbourne-bred Harrison Craig, now 19, coached by soul and R&B singer Seal, went on to win the title of "The Voice Australia," and is set to release today, Friday, April 11, his second album titled L.O.V.E., produced by Universal Music Australia.
L.O.V.E. contains covers of classic songs, which include tracks "Because We Believe," "Angels," "Beneath Your [You're] Beautiful," "You Belong to Me," "Moon River," "Dream A Little Dream of Me," "The Way You Look Tonight," "L.O.V.E.," "Till There Was You," "How Sweet It Is," 'All of Me," "Let It Be Me," and "Love Is In the Air."
"Making this record has been a great process and this is my chance to give back," Craig told "The Voice Australia."
His debut album, "More Than A Dream," released last year, topped the iTunes charts; he recently toured Australia via his "More Than A Dream" concert tour, accompanied by a full band.
Craig dedicates his latest album to his mother, Janine Cochrane, and younger brother, Connor: "One thing that has always been a driving force for me personally, has been the passion and support my mother has for me. Over the years, she has given me so much, and if I can give her back even the smallest amount of happiness I will, I will feel like I am doing my job--giving happiness to those who mean the most."
Visit his official website at harrisoncraigofficial.com.