Andrew De Silva
|Birth name||Andrew Conrad De Silva|
|Born||23 November 1974|
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
|Instrument(s)||Guitar, bass, keyboards|
Andrew Conrad De Silva (born 23 November 1974)is an Australian R&B and Rock music singer. He was a member of the band CDB from 1993 to 1998, when he left to undergo treatment for cancer. De Silva won Australia's Got Talent in 2012, which included a cash prize of $250,000.
De Silva was born in Melbourne into a family originally from Sri Lanka.
In 2013, Andrew De Silva was the support act for Mariah Carey at Etihad Stadium & Allphones Arena.
In 2014, Andrew was presented with the Award for Media & Entertainment by the Sri Lankan Association of Australia. Also in 2014 at the Serendib awards, De Silva was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
De Silva was a judge for the Miss Sri Lanka Online contest in 2012.
In 2013, he released the song "Miracle".
In September 2014, he released an EP Now That I Believe.
In 2015, he released the song "I See The Future".
In 2016, Andrew De Silva was announced as the new lead singer of Australian group Boom Crash Opera.
In November 2016, De Silva gathered some of Australia's finest musicians to create a "Purple Revolution: A Tribute To Prince" tour.
|The Lost Demos|
|Now That I Believe|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions|
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|"Just Like Good Music"||2005||33|
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