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Harvey Brittain

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Harvey Brittain
Born8th March, 2002 (Age 19)
Preston, England
Genres•Pop •R&B
Occupation(s)•Singer-Songwriter • Producer •Musician
Instruments•Vocals •Piano •Keyboards
Years active2018-present
Harvey Brittain modelling at a Photo Shoot for his 2019 debut single 'It's My Paris'

Harvey Brittain (born 8th March 2002)[1] is an English pop/r&b singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.


His initial exposure came at age sixteen through his supporting of international jazz saxophonist Courtney Pine, for a performance within his home-city of Preston.[2] In September 2018 he was awarded the Rob Gretton Scholarship for Music by Manchester's SEM (School of Electronic Music) where he briefly studied.[3] In May 2019 he was signed to U.R.G (UCLan Recordings Group) ​after being discovered by Entrepreneur and Ministry of Sound's former Director of Operations, Tony Rigg.[2] In September 2019 the label released his debut single It's My Paris produced by both Brittain himself & BRIT Awards Nominated Producer / LMC Member, Lee Monteverde.[1][2] The twenty-year-old artist currently attends Berklee College of Music.

Early Life[edit]

Harvey Brittain was born in Preston, Lancashire, UK and began learning to play the Piano at age five, after being inspired by his father 'Andrew Brittain'[1], who notably is known for his work as an Actor, Presenter for ITV News Granada and Voice Over Artist for National Television, having voiced shows including Stars in Their Eyes' , Coronation Street and World In Action.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Bio". Harvey Brittain.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2, Olivia Fogarty. "New music artist from Preston, Harvey Brittain - one to watch". UCLan - University of Central Lancashire.
  3. "Harvey Brittain at The Continental".
  4. "Andrew Brittain". IMDb.

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