Nick Littlemore

born on 6/5/1978 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Nick Littlemore

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Nick Littlemore
Genres Alternative rock, Electronica
Occupations Musician
Instruments Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Synthesiser, Keyboards, Trombone, Melodica, Clavi
Years active 1999present
Labels EMI, etcetc
Associated acts Empire of the Sun
Pnau
Teenager
Ladyhawke

Nick Littlemore is an Australian musician and producer, known as frontman of acclaimed electronic act Pnau (with Peter Mayes) and one part of electro pop-duo Empire of the Sun (with Luke Steele). He is also member of art-rock band Teenager (with Pip Brown a.k.a Ladyhawke) and as a producer he has worked with Elton John[1], Robbie Williams, Lover Lover, Ellie Goulding, Lost Valentinos, Mercy Arms and Groove Armada. He is siblings with producer Sam La More.

Nick recently relocated his studio to Sydney's premiere Linear Recording studios. He was educated at Barker College and finished high-school in 1996. He attended College of Fine Arts at the University of New South Wales, graduating with a degree in Digital Media. Nick Littlemore is five time ARIA winner of the ARIA Music Awards, winning one in 1999 for Best Dance Release with PNAU and four in 2009 with Empire of the Sun's album Walking on a Dream.

Littlemore is currently the composer and musical director of the Cirque Du Soleil annual seasonal show at the Radio City Music Hall.[1] The show will begin June 2011.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Elton's protege Nick Littlemore joins Cirque Du Soleil. News.co.au. Retrieved on 18 September 2010.

External links

  • Nick Littlemore at Discogs.com
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