Best known like a contestant about the third time of year of Fox’s American Idol, vocalist Jon Peter Lewis became named very much for his impressive vocal range while his goofy character. Given birth to in 1979 in Lincoln, NE, Lewis grew up in a armed service family members and credits his history for providing him a competitive character. Interestingly, his dad was also an associate from the ’60s garage-surf music group the Marketts. In 2004, Lewis auditioned for Idol in Hawaii and eventually managed to get to the very best Ten — eventually getting voted out a couple weeks later following a performance from the Elvis Presley traditional “Jailhouse Rock and roll.” Nevertheless, as an associate from the AmIdol TOP, Lewis was included on the present tour and created a strong enthusiast pursuing. Subsequently, he spent another couple of years dividing his time taken between pursuing a qualification in medication and composing and executing music. He also began his own 3rd party production business, Cockaroo Records, which he released the record Tales from Hollywood in 2007. In 2008 Lewis released his second full-length record, Break the Silence, which highlighted creation by Chris Garcia (Santana, Nelly Furtado) and a somewhat even more reflective, mature audio.