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Hugh Sheridan

Hugh Sheridan

Hugh Sheridan


Hugh Sheridan (born 1986) is an Australian actor, singer and performer who is best known for his role as Ben Rafter in the television series Packed to the Rafters. Hugh announced August 31, 2009 he had signed a record deal with Sony Entertainment Music Australia. Recording took place in Sydney, New South Wales throughout 2009. He has written numerous songs over the year which will appeared on his debut album. Hugh performed his first single Just Can't Throw Us Away on Seven's Dancing With the Stars Season Finale on September 6, 2009. Read more on Last.fm
Hugh Sheridan (born 1986) is an Australian actor, singer and performer who is best known for his role as Ben Rafter in the television series Packed to the Rafters. Hugh announced August 31, 2009 he had signed a record deal with Sony Entertainment Music Australia. Recording took place in Sydney, New South Wales throughout 2009. He has written numerous songs over the year which will appeared on his debut album. Hugh performed his first single Just Can't Throw Us Away on Seven's Dancing With the Stars Season Finale on September 6, 2009.

The song was released to iTunes September 4, 2009 and to radio September 7. His second single All About Me was released both physically and digitally October 30, 2009. All About Me and Just Can't Throw Us Away have both ranked very well on the Australian ARIA Physical Charts, with All About Me securing position #6 on the third week of release. Hugh's debut album Speak Love was released in Australia November 27 2009. [2] The album's so far reached #86 on the Australian ARIA Album Chart, ~#10 on bandit.fm, ~#20 on iTunes, and hit #19 among Australian artist's albums in the first two days of release. All this has been achieved despite being released the same week as Susan Boyle's debut album.

The album received great reviews from the respected music critics Cathy McCabe (Daily Telegraph, Sydney) and Cameron Adams (Herald Sun, Melbourne). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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