Much-loved Geelong muso star has been steadily on the rise

Posted 28 May 2020

Much-loved Geelong muso star has been steadily on the rise

Touring regularly throughout coastal Victoria, the UK born singer-songwriter: Luke Biscan, has a voice that easily spans genres of alternative, acoustic rock, folk and soft rock, and his incredible live energy and virtuoso guitar skills have built him a solid hometown fanbase .

Forever evolving and reshaping, Luke released his long-awaited debut album, Revivalist, back in 2018 which delved into his childhood, religion, faith, hope and belief, highlighting his masterful storytelling ability.

While we haven’t been able to head to Beavs Bar for Luke’s weekly gigs, the much-loved Geelong muso’s star status has been steadily on the rise, having recently released his latest single ‘Nothing To Do With Us’ and auditioned for Australian singing competition, The Voice.

Now in its ninth season, the series debuted on Sunday night May 24 on with the blind auditions, which saw a pool of talent take to the stage to win over this year’s judges – Delta Goodrem, Boy George, Kelly Rowland or Guy Sebastian, with hopes to collect a deal with EMI Music Australia and $100,000 in prize money.

Luke will join fellow Geelong resident Stellar Perry who managed to turn all four judges chairs on Sunday night with her performance Lady Gaga’s emotional hit song, ‘Always Remember Us This Way’, bringing coach Kelly Rowland to tears and landing her on Team Delta.

You can witness Luke’s segment from Tuesday night on Nine and 9Now, and while we have no idea what the outcome will be, hearing Luke sing again is just what we need to fill that local, live music void – for now.


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