Desi Valentine

Desi Valentine is a London born singer, songwriter and recording artist. Desis career as a professional singer was very successful in the London musical theatre scene: he was a soloist singer in the original west end cast of Mel Brooks The Producers (starring Nathan Lane and Lee Evans) and the leading man as Tyrone Jackson in Fame, the musical at the legendary Shaftesbury Theatre. His multi-faceted talent also brought him to work as a backing vocalist for such artists as Gloria Estefan, Leona Lewis, Alexandra Burke and Sir Elton John. He was also fortunate enough to be asked to sing the charity single for Helen Bamber Charity foundation album. Which was released across the UK and promoted by spokeswoman and actress Emma Thompson. 

But this was not enough for Desi and his creative spirit, so he collaborated with Italian international guitarist Mose Tronci to write his first album. Desi recorded his debut album Back To Me under the production of Kevin Poree at one of the most well-known studios in London (Berry Street Studios) While promoting his debut album and performing in the London music scene, in such venues as Jazz Cafe and Proud Galleries in Camden Town, The Garage in Islington, or intimate prestigious jazz gigs at the world famous Ronnie Scotts even at noted venues like Mahiki in Londons Mayfair. From an education point of view, Desi trained in singing at Italia Conti school of performing arts and Laine theatre Arts, where he graduated in National Diploma in Performing arts (the school has seen Ruthie Henshall and Victoria Beckham as past students). Desi is thrilled to have relocated to Los Angeles to forward his music career and is now working, writing and collaborating with some of the best producers in the USA.