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Ace Avenue is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Sydney described stylistically as "Keith Urban meets The Goo Goo Dolls." In a career spanning 20 + years Ace has enjoyed much success, from humble beginnings competing in junior country music talent quests in Tamworth to later playing support to many Aussie greats including Darryl Braithwaite, Mark Gable (Choir Boys), and Ian Moss (Cold Chisel).
A survivor of cancer, at age 13 Ace was honoured to meet and jam with his idol Keith Urban backstage at the Wollongong Entertainment Centre thanks to the starlight wish foundation, setting the trajectory for his career as a musician.

Ace is a former Australia’s Got Talent Semi-finalist performing twice on live television, most notably a guitar version of the Charlie Daniels Band hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”. Ace is also a former The Voice Australia contestant, performing a live television duet of the classic “When You Say Nothing At All” with global superstar Ronan Keating

Following the Voice, Ace has gone from strength to strength, establishing himself as one of Australia’s best live wedding & events acts, performing all over Australia for a vast variety of clients.

Ace also has a strong passion for song writing, hitting the studio in 2018 with Aria award winning producer Peter Holz to craft an original four track EP. 2019 has seen the release of two singles from the EP, 2AM & Again, with two more tracks set for release in late 2019.
Duet with Ronan Keating on the Voice Australia
01 May 2016

Duet with Ronan Keating on the Voice Australia

Performer Ace Avenue featured in an impromptu duet with celebrity judge Ronan Keating on last night’s episode of The Voice.


Avenue was selected for the blind auditions and took a shot at impressing Keatan with a rendition of his classic When You Say Nothing At All. While his performance fell short of turning any of the judges chairs, Keating took to the stage in a surprise performance with the star struck singer.

Better known for appearing as part of a band in Australia’s Got Talent and singing in venues across Campbelltown, including Event Cinemas, The Cube, Rydges and Macarthur Square, Avenue said this was the first time he had been recognised for his talent as a serious solo artist. “It was amazing to have Ronan come up on stage with me, I was just thinking ‘How is this happening?” He said. “I managed to do something really amazing even though I didn’t get the chairs to turn around and I’m really grateful for the opportunity. “It’s the first time I’ve really been acknowledged as a vocalist. “It’s given me such confidence in my ability and I’ve got no real reservations anymore.”

Avenue once worked as an engineer on the local freight line. Although he now lives in Sydney he still frequents Campbelltown and hopes the experience and exposure gained from The Voice will help him improve as an artist.

“I would also like to thank everyone at The Voice for your support over the entirety of my journey. “I had a great time and would recommend the experience to everyone out there who is an aspiring singer.”

Original article by Kirstie Chlopicki, Macarthur Chronicle Campbelltown



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