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SDoun

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SDoun is a R&B singer that could’ve never been. A child prodigy, SDoun had aspirations to be a concert pianist and ultimately to conduct his own orchestra. “I had posters of Mozart and Beethoven on my walls” reflects the rising star.


For someone of his talent he began playing quite late, the old age of 7. By 11 he found his place and not only began composing and performing his own music but auditioned for and gained admittance to the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. By 15 he was sitting on stage at Carnegie Hall, and received an award for Piano Excellence from Oxford’s Trinity College for that performance.recently SDoun signed a publishing deal with WindSwept. He also performed a duet with Alicia Keys for the Keep a Child Alive foundation.


He truly never envisioned himself in this area of music “I definitely never meant to be a popular music performer” But one day when playing piano while at a friends house (who is now his drummer and producer, Peter Savad) His friend introduced him to the music of Billy Joel…and his eyes were opened. “I had never thought music could feel like that” SDoun recalls. Now he pulls in his fans to experience the world through his pale green eyes with music and lyrics that speak to our moments of great joy and the pain of loss.


Click here to hear the song 'When Sorrow Calls' from his album 'For the Hearing'.[3]


 
 

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