David Zaoui
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David Zaoui

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1. A mystery
2. My sweet dreams
3. Helpless in my arms
4. Make love
5. She said
6. Tick tock
7. Hush your whispers
8. In my glory
9. Just the beginning
10. Guardian angel

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A prolific Singer-Songwriter-Guitarist David Zaoui (last name pronounced 'zawe') is influenced by his North African and Western European ancestral background. You will find on his debut album a fusion of soul, funk, blues, jazz, flamenco, classical and pop music.

Review: The Songsmith Ross Bruzzese 3/04 …"David Zaoui took to the stage with electric guitar & solo voice. His music comes across as a hybrid between the style of Sting & Jamiroquai, yet with David’s own unique magic touch, that sensational commanding voice is his only. A cool, pointed & funky sound - one word for it all? ~ STYLE! ‘She Said’ featured a boppy, deft jazz guitar pattern & corresponding vocal, wonderfully underplayed yearningness came through in this song which was very reminiscent of Paul Weller of The Style Council from the mid ‘80s. ‘Guardian Angel’ featured an incredibly strong pop chorus and vocal line. A superb set from David Zaoui whose songs and style are a pleasure to experience…"

You can see David playing his fresh original material around Sydney Australia’s bar and club scene. Recent venues played include Zinc Bar - Hotel Bondi, Candy's Apartment - Kings Cross, Cat & Fiddle Hotel - Balmain, Bondi Pavillion, The Coogee Bay Hotel, Excelsior Hotel – Surry Hills, etc.

Musical accolades and showcases include Honorable Mention 'Song Of The Year Competition 2004' Texas USA, Channel 31 - Open Mic Australia, Radio - 2RRR 88.5FM, Planet 104.6FM Auckland Breakfast Show, APRA Professional Development Awards - Short Listed; Classical Guitar Grade 6 Trinity College of Music, London; International School of Flamenco - Cordoba, Spain and the list goes on…