Lighting the stage! Singer Dean Lewis takes down the house during his performance during the AFL Grand Final pre-show in Melbourne
He won his first ARIA Award last November.
And on Saturday, Australian signer Dean Lewis brought the house down while performing at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show at Cricket Ground in Melbourne.
The 31-year-old hit maker released his hit songs Be Alright and Waves.
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Lighting the stage! Singer Dean Lewis brought down the house when he performed on Saturday during the AFL Grand Final pre-show in Melbourne
The singer, who went platinum six times with his hit Waves, opted for a blue shirt with buttons and jeans.
The hit list-song star sparked crowds for the upcoming AFL game, before singer Paul Kelly headed the show.
He also joined Dean, Australian hit makers Conrad Sewell and Singer songwriter, Tones and I, best known for her success from one day to the next, Johnny Run Away.
Everything will be fine! The singer, who went platinum six times with his hit Waves, opted for a blue shirt with buttons and jeans. After his performance, Dean described the experience as & # 39; incredible & # 39;
Immediately after his performance on Saturday, Dean went to his Instagram to share his experience with his fans.
Dean described the experience as & # 39; incredible & # 39 ;.
He also added that nerves only started in the last two minutes before he reached the podium, and then he felt his heart begin to race.
Last minute nerves! Dean admitted that the nerves only started in the last two minutes before he reached the podium, really feeling that his heart was racing
Last year, the 31-year-old after he won his first ARIA Award, Dean reflected on how his career developed from a sound engineer to a successful musician.
& # 39; I was writing songs in my room for six years and did not show anyone & # 39 ;, Dean told the press room at the time.
& # 39; I was not the type that had something like & # 39; here is my demo & # 39 ;, or & # 39; listen to my demo & # 39 ;, I never thought it was that good. & # 39;
Artists: (L-R) Dean Lewis, Tones and I, Conrad Sewell and Paul Kelly pose for a photo along the border line at the MCG – Pictured on Thursday, September 26, 2019
& # 39; A friend of mine passed my demo to Leonie (the executive) who managed Savage Garden, then I actually got a record deal. & # 39;
He reached the charts with his follow-up single Be Alright, who reached number one for a few weeks before he went certified four-fold platinum.
Graphic topper: the 31-year-old after he won his first ARIA Award, Dean thought about how his career developed from sound engineer to successful musician.
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