Posted by Mary Newman on 25th Nov 2014
We were delighted to hear BGT's Bailey McConnell record a cool new video in The Star Factory's very own Studio One.
We've all been there - young, working a Saturday job and dreaming of making it big... but for Milton Keynes paperboy Bailey McConnell, dreams really do come true.
He leapt onto our screens in April 2014 on Britain's Got Talent performing an acoustic version of self-penned song, Dying Hole, and moved the audience to tears with his haunting voice/lyrics. Bailey reached the semi-final but eventually lost the judge's vote. However, he hasn't let this stop him. He has signed a management deal with RGS Music, is currently working with other experienced writers to evolve his own song-writing skills.
Bailey wrote his first song aged 13 called Memories, shortly after receiving his first guitar and bearing in mind this young lad is still only 15 years old, his performances would leave you believing he is far wiser than his years. For such a fresh-faced teenager, he has a mature outlook on life.
Bailey's Memories EP was released in November 2014 with hopes of new releases in 2015. His incredible charisma has catapulted his Twitter followers and Facebook likes into the thousands, we have no doubt Bailey McConnell is around for the long haul.
Bailey visited The Star Factory Studio One recently, and recorded a cover of Ed Sheeran's Don't.
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