Voice Type: Baritone
Recorded Vocal Range A♯2-D5
Significant high notes
- D5 ("A Place For You")
- C5 ("A Place For You", "Duet")
- B4 ("Duet)
- A♯4("A Place For You")
- A4("A Place For You", "Duet", "Duet")
Significant low notes
- A♯2 ("A Place For You")
*Purple mark notes in backing vocals or otherwise obscured.
Singer-songwriter whose main claim to fame was as a member (with famous DJ Zane Lowe) of the NZ established group Breaks Co-Op. His soulful falsetto and light baritone voice brought him many admirers, none more vocal than the great Elton John, who said that "The Sound Inside" was his favourite album of 2005 and Lovegrove one of his favourite singers. Breaks Co-Op's eclectic mix of world music, electronica, hip-hop and rock was a wonderful platform for his vocal talents and his brilliant guitar playing was a focal point as well. After Breaks Co-Op disbanded he took to the road as a solo artist in his native UK . Breaks Co-Op later reformed and released their second album in 2013. His love for octave harmonies allowed him to show off a lovely falsetto, one of his most distinguishable and wonderful features. He rarely uses his low range, which seems strange as it is quite superb. He makes up for lack of power with softness and beauty A must hear, as his voice is both gorgeous and unique and his expression is always an asset to the music.
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