Klaus White

Vocals, guitar, composition

Klaus is a british born musician/composer/performer.

He graduated Brunel University with a first class honours degree in Music & Drama.

In 1997 he played the lead role of Buddy Holly in the West End hit Show ‘Buddy’ and worked as an actor for a number of years before focusing on a full time career in music.

In 1999 Klaus won a Nationwide talent competition sponsored by T3 magazine. Fist prize was to record his own songs at the world famous Abbey Road Studio Two, made famous by The Beatles and also frequented by Dave Stewart, Mick Jagger, Dave Gilmour, Dido, Divine Comedy, Michael Kamen, Michael Nyman, Oasis & U2.

Klaus has written songs with, and for Jocelyn Brown (American born soul singer), Andy Price (Robin Hood, BBC1 & Elizabeth,Channel 4) and his songs have been recorded by Hamish Stuart (Average White Band), Jim Mullen (Morrissey-Mullen) & Mark Mondesir (Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, Jan Hammer).