Antony jawahall is a singer songwriter from Croydon; He developed his talent for singing at the early age.
Antony Jawahall was in a 4-piece group for a brief period and was spotted by Craig David’s manager Paul Widger who introduced them to various music-publishing companies.
Jawahall was also managed for a while by Alex Kerr-Wilson who specialized in guiding and developing young artist like Jawahall, and under her guidance and network of associates led jawahall to work with various signed artist from universal records.
Antony Jawahall has also worked with a variety of established and experienced artist such as Robert Stone who has worked with Lenny Kravitz, Nick Mason from Pink Floyd, Dave Gilmore, from the band Here & Now. Jawahall has also worked with Alex Charles singer songwriter who was in the charts for the summer hit “So Beautiful “.
Through working with these eclectic artists Jawahall felt that he wanted to develop his own unique sound and decided to go to college and study music at Hurricane studios in Deptford in Lewisham. Jawahall’s musical influences range from Rare Grove, Pink Floyd, M83, Bob Marley, Alexander O’Neal, Colonel Abrams to name but a few.
Antony Jawahall is a firm believer that life imitates art and on his life’s journey wants to share his experiences through his own musical talent from his up coming album named Runaway.
Antony was selected as a semi finalist for his song, Runaway, in the 2013 international Singer Songwriter competition, Judged by Grammy, Emmy, CMA and BRIT Award winning judges include Sting's producer Kipper Eldridge & legendary producer Stuart Epps (Elton John, Robbie Williams, Oasis),
Antony jawahall filmed a video to the track “The Weekends Here, which also featured, Shaun Wallace 2004 Mastermind winner & also known as the Dark destroyer from Itv’s the Chase.
Keith Ames chief editor of the musicians union, spring 2014 journal of the Musician’s union, has also reviewed the Runaway EP Mylo Grace Music LTD. started in 2014 with Antonys Manager Diane.