From: GB

Rock, Pop

Christopher Wheat is a top international recording artist from the United Kingdom. In addition to being a Lead Singer he is Managing Director and Founder of

Christopher's most recent release is the album "Limehouse Songs" (released: January 7, 2015) which includes the the hits "California Dreamin'" and "Loves Me Like A Rock". The album is currently available worldwide on Amazon Digital Music and iTunes.

Christopher has launched initiatives associated with the protection of Copyright, Business Revenue, and IP Content on the Internet in the British House of Commons with Members of Parliament. Christopher is absolutely in agreement with Taylor Swift who has said that Music and the Arts need to be paid for as they are valuable in themselves and only through payment to the Artist can they be sustained.

His first album "Breaking the Waves"was released on November 22, 2013 - includes the tracks One, Tears in Heaven, and Looks Like We Made It. All three songs have been very well received on the worldwide recording charts, with "Tears in Heaven" do very well in the United Kingdom and "One" very popular in the United States.

Christopher said recently in an interview, "One of the most important aspects in developing my music is the response and feedback I get from my Fans. It is really rewarding for me to hear that they like what I am doing. The fans tell you whether they like a song or not sometimes have an idea of what sounds good in the Recording Studio, but the Fans are the real judges. I have gained so much from their involvement in this process!"

Of his recent trip to the Recording Studio, Christopher said, " I wanted to test a few songs out as demos. I particularly like John Lennon's "Jealous Guy" so we tested the vocals on this as a demo track... I put it up on Jango as I am really looking for the fan's feedback on this track ...whether to invest in it some more with a full day in the Studio."

He said about live performances, "I need to develop my Act for touring with some songs I have written with others. Everything will happen. I just don't need to rush it because that becomes stressful and not what music is about. I have learned all too well not to push the boundaries of Time".