Michael King has proved his smooth vocal delivery is as BIG as the big man himself.
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  King’s 2003 CMAA Golden Guitar Nomination for “Best New Talent” insured a spotlight on this exceptional Artist with the potential of treading the world stage.

Michael King made his debut to Australian Country Music in 1992 as a “Grand Finalist” in the prestigious STARMAKER quest in Tamworth and went on to WIN Channel Ten’s “New Faces” with Bert Newton in 1993.

Michael spent the next few years honing his performance and songwriting skills, attending the CMAA College of Country Music and releasing his first 5-song EP “Take Me As I Am” in 1998. The heartfelt single “Things I Didn’t Say”, was a constant on CMT TV and took home the “Sunnie Award” for “Best Video Clip” in 1999.

2001 Proved to be a HUGE Year for “The King”!

(July) With a “swag” of nominations and awards, Michael once again stepped in front of the camera as a contender, then “Viewer’s Choice” Winner on Channel Nine’s “STARSTRUCK” capturing the hearts of viewers and judges alike. This performance led to the privilege to sing the National Anthem at the NRL State of Origin in Brisbane.

(August) Michael King was bestowed the much sought after honour of performing the Athlete’s Song, “Where Hero’s Stand” at the Opening Ceremony of the International Goodwill Games at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

(September) Michael King WINS “Golden Saddle Award” with his performance of his original song “Twenty 4 Seven”.

2002 was the launching pad for Michael’s long awaited new single “Twenty 4 Seven” (reaching the #22 spot on the National Country Music Charts), which took out the TSA/SEQ Songwriting Awards “Best Recorded Song”.

King’s debut album “Radio Ranch” was released to rave reviews in December and it’s second single “Bim Bam Boom” rocketed up the charts and peaked at #3. The third single (and album’s title track) “Radio Ranch” was released and gave Michael his second consecutive top 10 hit reaching the #7 spot on the CM Charts.

2003 has seen no slowing down with his achievements. In July he became the first Australian country artist to receive an Artist Relations deal with music giant Yamaha.

The Tasmania and New Zealand TSA Songwriting competition awarded Michael “Best Recorded Song” with “From Where I Stand”.

In November he won “Best Country Artist” and was a Top Five Finalist for the APRA Songwriters award with his latest single “Some Men (Just let go)” at the National 2003 Musicoz Awards held in Wollongong NSW, an award that recognises unsigned talent Australia wide. “Some Men (just let go)” peaked the Top 30 CM Charts at number 4.

In Tamworth 2004 Michael won the TSA Award for Contemporary Country Song of the Year with “Some men,(just let go)” and was a Top 10 Finalist in the National Australian Songwriting Awards for 2004. He also won “Best Country Album” at the 2004 QLD Recording Association Sunny Awards for “Radio Ranch”.

In 2006 Michael started working regularly in the Clubs of Sth East Qld, performing at many high profile Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane Venues. He was crowned the Best NEW TALENT for the Sth East Qld Clubs at there annual Entertainer Awards.

Michael has worked alongside some big industry names like, The Corrs (UK), Vanessa Amorosi, Human Nature, Keith Urban, Lee Kernaghan, Jackie Love, John Paul Young, Peter Cousins, Mark Williams, Debolah Morgan (USA) to name just a few. He has successfully auditioned for musical shows such as "RENT" and "THE LION KING". 

In March 2007 Michael  fulfilled a childhood dream of performing in Nashville Tennessee, where he was a guest performer on music row.

Michael was also selected from a national audition to appear on channel 7 as a member of the Sunrise Choir. They performed live on Sunrise and were introduced to hosts Mellissa Doyle and David Koche.

With a bio this impressive it is easy to see that there is just no stopping this remarkable young man.