Thursday, 7 May 2015

Stan Walker




Early life
Stan walker was born on the 23th of October 1990 in Melbourne,Victoria,Australia. He grew up in a  marae in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand. When Stan walker was growing up his parents, April and Ross Walker were doing a bad things in life,  stealing things and getting involved in other crime. Both of his parents spent time in jail.        

School and Church
Stan Walker attended FairField Intermediate and Hamilton high school in Hamilton. Then he boarded at New Plymouth High School for boys. Walker did not comment in detail about his schooling life, due to his negative childhood. However, He credits a lot of his success to the positive influence from church and the marae made him have a good reputation in school.  

Early Career
In 2010 Stan Walker won Australia idol and sang John legends “ordinary people” and after that show it was announced that he made it into the top twenty four semifinals. After the grand final it was announced that Stan Walker had won! He signed to sony music Australia. He made his own company called Stan walker Music which was run by his  mother when she was out of prison.

Current Career
Recently Stan walker has been on X Factor judge with 3 other judges.  As an aside, two x factor judges got fired because they were  being mean to one of the contestants.  

Stan wasn't happy.  

Although Stan didn't hear Natalia Kills being mean at the time, he was furious when he listened to the recorded comments.

Stan walker quotes

“Don't wait around other people to be happy for you. any happiness you get you've got to make it your self”  

F.I.N
- Molly

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