The 26-year-old winner of BBC’s Any Dream Will Do is currently putting the finishing touches to his self-titled debut album ‘Lee Mead’, which is set for release on 19th November. The first single “Gonna Make You A Star” – originally a number one hit back in 1974 for David Essex –will follow on 3rd December.
Lee Mead has become a household name, earning rave reviews as the lead in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hugely successful sell-out show Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Fan of the show Gary Barlow went to see the musical earlier this year and, as a result, has written a new song called “When I Need You The Most” for Lee’s album.
The album is being recorded at the famous Soho Studios in London and is being produced by award-winning producer Graham Stack, who has recently been working with Enrique Iglesias, among others. ‘Lee Mead’ will also include “Paint It Black” as performed on the BBC’s Any Dream Will Do along with the official Children In Need single “Any Dream Will Do” which reached number two in the UK singles chart in the summer.
Lee is signed to Polydor via The Really Useful Group, with whom Polydor have enjoyed a successful relationship for more than 20 years.
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