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Fletcher Pilon, often known as Fletch, is a very talented young singer/songwriter/guitarist and performer from the Central Coast. Born in 2001, he has already entertained thousands of people, making a name for himself as a potential future star in the entertainment industry. He has an extremely bright personality and a unique gift when it comes to writing creative, thoughtful songs. His inspiring messages and catchy tunes resonate with all walks of life. Fletch has been extremely fortunate to have had the very nurturing, country music star, Gina Jeffreys as his mentor for the past 3 years whilst attending her weekly Singing, Performance & Stagecraft Workshops. Gina recently had this to say about Fletch. “The very bottom line is that Fletcher is one of the nicest kids I have ever met. He is hard working, highly motivated & I think has a wonderful future ahead of him.” Not only is Fletch a talented singer, songwriter and musician, he has also impressed with acting and speaking roles. Although still young, Fletcher’s list of performances and experiences is already impressive and continues to grow. Some of his highlights to date are: Featured as a young Lee Kernaghan in his music video “Flying With The King” – attribute to Slim Dusty. This video also won a Golden Guitar for music video of the year in 2013. Singing at Mingara Christmas Carols in 2011 & 2012 to an estimated crowd of 18,000 Live performances at Lizottes Central Coast Radio performances on ABC radio, and Coast FM Radio interviews with Ray Hadley on 2GB Performed with country legends Gina Jeffreys, Kasey Chambers, Bill Chambers, Beccy Cole and Duncan Toombs Regular busking and open mic performances all around Australia. Starring roles in school musicals and public speaking performances Outside of performing, Fletch loves playing all sports with his family & friends, especially surfing, football, cricket & basketball. The Pilon family travelled around parts of Australia in 2013 for five months. Fletch loved performing and busking his way around the country and was inspired to write more original songs before they returned to the Central Coast.