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(1) Charlotte Grace Margaret Green (born 17 February 1986 in Norfolk), known as Charlie Green, is a British-based English vocalist and musician. She began playing the piano when she was 9 and the tenor saxophone when she was 16. She was offered an unconditional offer at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge as a saxophonist in 2004. She began her career in music shortly after graduating in 2007 and worked on a cruise ship in the Caribbean and much of Central America. She then lived in Cyprus for a year and a half singing in numerous hotels in and around Paphos. It was there that she met song-writer and producer Richard Beadle, whilst he was on holiday at one of the hotels she played in. He started writing songs for her that told her to come back to the UK and make something of herself, so in the winter of 2009 she did and Richard has continued writing songs for Charlie ever since. They released her debut EP on the 8th August 2011, and hope to have the album finished by the beginning of 2012.

(2) Charlie Green (born 16 February 1997) is an English-singer from Droitwich, Worcestershire, England. Green is best known for appearing on the second series of the British television talent contest Britain’s Got Talent.

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  • ivanbl07

    Lo felicito desde Venezuela Estado Aragua que sigan sus éxito. Que se promocione sus temas en toda América .

    29 Mar 2013 Reply
  • johntardsbaby66

    Actually, I'm pretty sure he's a dead jazz trombonist from the 1920's.

    10 Nov 2010 Reply
  • BillyBoon

    Charlie is a great talent.

    2 Mar 2009 Reply

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