Andy Abraham is an English singer. He was the runner-up in the second UK series of TV talent show The X Factor in 2005 to Shayne Ward, and also represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. Dubbed the ‘voice of the people’, Andy has performed to millions around the world and sold in excess of half a million records. Andy has released four studio albums during his career, following each one with highly successful and popular UK Tours.Read more >>
Recording artist Andy Abraham shot to fame when he finished runner-up on the world famous TV show X-Factor in 2005. Andy’s soulful voice and down to earth personality saw him wow his mentor Sharon Osbourne, the judges and the public week after week as he took classic songs such as ‘Unforgettable’, ‘The Greatest Love of All’ and ‘Me and Mrs Jones’ and made them his own in soaring, searing, soulful renditions. Dubbed the ‘voice of the people’, Andy has performed to millions around the world and sold in excess of half a million records. Andy has released four studio albums during his career, following each one with highly successful and popular UK Tours. His albums are entitled 'The Impossible Dream', 'Soul Man', 'Even If' and the March 2012 release Remember When. His tours include X factor Arena Tour (2006), Unforgettable tour (2006), An Evening with Andy Abraham (2008/2009) and History of the Big Bands (2012). A born entertainer, Andy’s incredible vocal talent has seen him perform to sell out audiences at world famous venues such as the Royal Albert Hall. In 2011, Andy enjoyed a massively successful run in the hit West End musical Respect La Diva. His latest tour, History of the Big Bands, pays tribute not only to the best Big Band music ever written, but some of the best music ever written by vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis Jr and Frank Sinatra.