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Wes Carr

Wes Carr

Wes Carr


Wes Carr from Bondi, New South Wales was the winner of Australian Idol (season 6). Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Carr moved to Sydney as a 15-year-old. Before he auditioned for Australian Idol, Carr performed and had regular resident gigs around Sydney. During 2004 Carr fronted the band Tambalane - a side project of Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies - and co-wrote their debut self-titled album. Tambalane parted ways at the end of 2005. He had released an EP (Rhythm to Fly Read more on Last.fm
Wes Carr from Bondi, New South Wales was the winner of Australian Idol (season 6). Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Carr moved to Sydney as a 15-year-old. Before he auditioned for Australian Idol, Carr performed and had regular resident gigs around Sydney. During 2004 Carr fronted the band Tambalane - a side project of Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies - and co-wrote their debut self-titled album.

Tambalane parted ways at the end of 2005. He had released an EP (Rhythm to Fly, 2006) and an album (Simple Sum, 2008) independently before succeeding Natalie Gauci as the latest winner of Australian Idol on November 23, 2008. Wes Carr continues his career by returning to his roots as a singer-songwriter. In 2012 he released his first EP under the name Buffalo Tales He is currently dating Home and Away and Out of the Blue actor Charlotte Gregg Australian Idol performances "Times Like These" by Foo Fighters - (Top 24) "Beautiful Day" by U2 - (Top 12) "Dancing In The Dark" by Bruce Springsteen - (Top 11) "Friday on My Mind" by The Easybeats - (Top 10) "Fernando" by ABBA - (Top 9) "Desire" by U2 - (Top 8) "If I Were A Carpenter" by The Four Tops - (Top 7) "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones - (Top 6) "Black or White" by Michael Jackson TOUCHDOWN! (from Marcia Hines and Jermaine Jackson) - (Top 5) "When You Were Young" by The Killers - (Top 4) "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong - (Top 4) "Easy" by Faith No More - (Top 3) "Get Back" by The Beatles TOUCHDOWN! (from Dicko) and TV Throw (from Kyle Sandilands) - (Top 3) "White Noise" by The Living End - (Top 2) "You" by Wes Carr - (Top 2) 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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