Scottish soprano Andrew Johnston left his hometown of Dumfries in 2008 to appear on the second season of the popular U.K. television program Britain's Got Talent. The precocious 14-year-old managed to secure third place and was promptly signed to nefarious judge Simon Cowell's SyCo Music label. The resulting One Voice, which featured a duet with fellow child singer and Britain's Got Talent contestant Faryl Smith, was released later that year and debuted at number four on the U.K. album charts. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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