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XAVIER RUDD

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BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS

Description: Vocalist , Composer, Guitarist, Australia

Known For: Debut studio album, “To Let” was released in 2002.

Instruments: Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Didgeridoo, Lapsteel
Music Styles: Blues, Alternative

Location: Australia

Date Born: 1978
Location Born: Torquay, Victoria, Australia

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BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE

Xavier Rudd

An Australian singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist.

Xavier Rudd (born 29 May 1978) is an Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Several of Rudd’s songs incorporate socially conscious themes, such as spirituality, humanity, environmentalism and the rights of Aboriginal peoples.

He has developed a strong reputation for playing live performances at musical festivals and concerts in Australia and in North America.

His following is particularly strong in Australia and in Canada, where he has recorded several albums.

Many of Rudd’s songs incorporate socially conscious themes, such as environmentalism and the rights of Aborigines.

Rudd’s third studio album, “Food in the Belly”, was released in 2005 in Australia.

“Food in the Belly” earned Rudd an ARIA Music Awards nomination for Best Blues and Roots Album at the 2006 ceremony.

Rudd’s fourth studio album, White Moth was released. It was Rudd’s first album with the ANTI- record company.

White Moth’s success earned an ARIA Music Awards nomination for Best Blues and Roots Album at the 2007 ceremony, but lost to John Butler Trio’s multi-platinum Grand National.

On June 18, 2008, Rudd announced via his official website and MySpace.

Xavier is married to a Canadian, Marci, whom he met while she was backpacking in Australia. He has two sons, Joaquin and Finojet.

Albums include.

2002: To Let
2004: Solace
2005: Food in the Belly
2007: White Moth
2008: Dark Shades of Blue

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