Damien Leith was among the myriad youthful singers launched to success via the worldwide television sensation Pop Idol. Delivered January 18, 1976, in State Kildare, Ireland, Leith spent his youth in locales as far-flung as Libya and Botswana, because of his father’s are an engineer. As a teenager he and his siblings created the music group Leaf, later documenting in NEW YORK beneath the name Releaf. After marrying an Australian indigenous, Leith relocated right here and fronted the music group Revelate, which loved a fervent lover following within the Sydney nightclub circuit. Leith was operating like a chemist when close friends confident him to audition for the 4th time of year of Network Ten’s novice display Australian Idol in 2006. Selected as you of 24 finalists from a pool of over 25,000 contestants, he received praise from your series judges for his special falsetto, also associated himself on acoustic guitar for renditions of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Video game” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” Regarded as a dark-horse applicant by followers and handicappers, Leith eventually triumphed against rival Jessica Mauboy in the November 26, 2006, last. At 30, he was the second-oldest rival to claim triumph on the global Idol franchises, trumped just by 31-year-old French champ Steeve Estatof. Upon putting your signature on to Sony BMG, Leith released his debut solitary, “Nights MY ENTIRE LIFE,” two times following the Australian Idol finale. The record debuted at number 1 and continued to be atop the Aussie graphs for a month, establishing the stage for the LP The Winner’s Trip, which was qualified quadruple platinum within a fortnight of its launch. In 2007 Leith released Where We Property, his first recording free from the Australian Idol branding. The recording debuted within the ARIA graphs at number 1, and quickly proceeded to go gold. The next year the vocalist had his 1st misstep with Capture the Blowing wind: Songs of the Generation, a assortment of songs in the ’60s and ’70s offering renditions of Bob Dylan’s “THE DAYS THESE ARE A-Changin'” and Kitty Stevens’ “Outrageous World.” In ’09 2009, Leith came back along with his third studio work, Remember June.