“Three things tell a man: his eyes, his friends and his favorite quotes.”
David Sneddon is a British pop singer-songwriter. He won the first BBC UK series of Fame Academy in 2002. Sneddon released his single 'Stop Living The Lie' which was a number one hit single selling over 250,000 copies, and making it the 12th highest selling single of the year. His debut album, Seven Years - Ten Weeks, released in April 2003, entered the UK Albums Chart at number 5. In 2007 he has been writing for many top names in the music industry. Sneddon hosted an all-sports show 'Keep Off The Grass' on BBC Radio Scotland in June 2007. He is a keen Rangers FC supporter. David released a 5-track EP called "White Noise" in January 2007, which topped the Indiestore charts for 3 months. In January 2008 the EP returned to the top of the charts a year after it's release. He is currently signed to Universal Music as a songwriter, and describes his music as 'melody-driven indie pop' .