Willy Moon Biography

In 2010 he released his first song I Wanna Be Your Man on Myspace where he was first noticed and subsequently acquired a record deal with Island Records. He officially released his first two singles through Luv Luv Luv Records. He has been named as "One to Watch" by The Guardian and one of the "Faces of 2012" by Q Magazine. His music has been described as "a brilliantly odd fusion of 50s rock'n'roll and modern production" using "hip-hop production techniques".

Willy's single "Yeah Yeah" was playlisted on BBC Radio 1 in early 2012. He and his band also performed live in session for Huw Stephens for BBC Radio 1 at Maida Vale Studios in May 2012.

On Monday 30th July, it was announced that Willy would be releasing the single 'Railroad Track' through Jack White's label Third Man Records.

It was recently announced that Willy Moon's song 'Yeah Yeah' is to be used in Apple Inc's new iPod touch, shuffle and nano advert.

Willy performed on the television show Later... with Jools Holland for the BBC in October 2012
Source: wikipedia.org
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