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Stan the man

I saw Stan at the Dannevirke town hall with my three young boys. He is awesome and is so excited to be opening for Beyonce, I think he is just as good as she is if not better. My boys want the new album now!

Stan walker

I went to stan concert in Nelson. I think Stan is such a incredible man to get up on stage and talk about bullying and suicide. I really can't wait for his album to come out because I love his music and he's so inspirational.


Stan & his whanau (band) were awesome on stage as opening act for Queen B.
Be very proud Stan, you did NZ music industry a huge service as well as being a great role model for Maori. Huge praises to you all. I can't wait for this album release. Buy it.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Stan Walker is a pop singer from New Zealand with an R&B style who rose to fame as the winner of Australian Idol in 2009 and topped the charts shortly thereafter with his debut single, "Black Box." Born on October 23, 1990, in Melbourne, Australia, he grew up in New Zealand and is of Maori descent. Walker made his Australian Idol debut in the audition round of the seventh season, where he performed a version of John Legend's "Ordinary People." As he advanced from one round to the next in the weeks...
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Inventing Myself, Stan Walker
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  • $17.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 25 October 2013

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