London born, Irish raised singer songwriter Maverick Sabre has his name ringing round the world right now and rightly so. Recently described by Huw Stephens as a male Amy Winehouse and with Music Week declaring him the highlight of SXSW 2010, his gritty yet soulful voice is drawing audiences in and leaving them hooked. From Wexford to London, Montego Bay to Austin, Maverick has silenced crowds with his catchy lamenting social-political content.
Still a teen, this young rising star is generating a huge buzz and has been tipped by Hot Press as the Irish newcomer who will give the established artists serious competition. His critically acclaimed, self-produced debut single Sometimes is going down a storm and has resulted in Maverick catching the attention of some of the hottest producers currently on the scene, including Chase & Status, True Tiger, Future Cut, Redlight, Footsy and Crispin Hunt who are rumoured to be working on his forthcoming releases. As well as writing new material and laying strong foundations for what is sure to be a hugely successful future, Maverick features on a track on Chase & Status’ forthcoming second album, has snapped up a sponsorship deal with Boxfresh, collaborated with Professor Green on the club smash Jungle as well as performing for the legendary BBC Maida Vale Sessions which resulted in his live performances being broadcast nationwide.
Rapidly rising from strength to strength, Maverick has been asked to tour alongside the Mercury award winning Speeche Debelle, chart topper Plan B as well as supporting heavyweights Chase & Status on their forthcoming tour which kicks off later this month. The summer of 2010 has been sizzling for Maverick who has recently signed to premier live booking agency William Morris who have packed the British festival circuit full with a healthy dose of this young protégé.
Most definitely one to watch.
“a singer-songwriter with soul in abundance” – Huw Stephens
“Maverick Sabre succeeded in blowing everyone away”
– Music Week
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