Hailing from the Land Down Under, Australia, Bobby Kidd possesses a talent for creating powerful pop-rock melodies that are instantly memorable and enjoyable.
In order to learn as much about music as he could, Bobby Kidd started working at a local music studio in Wollongong, a town just south of Sydney. It was this environment that inspired him to sing, write songs and learn the guitar, piano and drums.
Bobby Kidd auditioned as a Keyboard Player and Backing Vocalist for the rock outfit “The Love Vandals" who later become known as "World Star". After 2
years of solid gigging around Sydney and the Illawarra the band recorded their first album, which attracted management. “World Star” was featured on a Compilation CD of up and coming artists for the UK magazine, "Frontier". “World Star” enjoyed commercial airplay both locally and across the UK and Europe.
Bobby Kidd decided it was time to break out on his own. He used the knowledge and experience obtained from his days working in the recording studio and bought some home recording equipment and became serious about writing new songs. Some of his earlier works were picked up by two local FM radio stations and were rotated on the Hot 30 Countdown.
Bobby Kidd became involved in the National Musicoz Competition in 2002, a national initiative dedicated to seeking out, recognising and encouraging the talents of unsigned and independent artists. He earned several nominations and awards through this competition over several years, leading to the opportunity to showcase his songs at Luna Park in Sydney in front of 850 radio and industry execs.
Now looking to expand his musical presence elsewhere in the world, Bobby Kidd is a musical powerhouse that deserves a listen.