Biography

Lee Andrew Hutton is an English singer-songwriter musician, a vocalist and plays the guitar. He was born in Chesterfield, England on 13 March 1987 and was part of the global/international boy band project Streetwize (alongside Donal Skehan, Lee Mulhern and Swedish Jonathan Fagerlund). After many changes, the amended cast of Streetwize — British Lee Hutton, Irish Lee Mulhern, Venezuelan Antonio Jones and American Kyle Carpenter — took part in Childline 2007 charity event singing a cover of Living in a Box’s hit Room in Your Heart. Disenchanted with the progress of the band, Lee Hutton went on solo with a number of his tunes (like “Shinedown”, “Perfect Bride”, “Invincible”, “Madeline”, “Butterfly”…) until joining the Irish band Industry becoming the only non-Irish member of the band. Lee now works as Sales Team Manager for Celebrity Agent Jeremy Charles Revell - Celebrity Agency Revellation Limited at the Midlands Office in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.[5] He took part in the 2011 Danish national final for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Hollywood Girl” written by Matilde Kühl, Sune Haansbæk, Ian Mack. He was selected to the final 10, with the live performance show on 26 February 2011, but did not make it to the Final 4 (semi-final stage). Contest was won by the band A Friend in London with their song “New Tomorrow”.

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