Steve Denyer

Steve Brookstein, the first ever winner of X Factor in 2004, when he also had his number one album ‘Heart & Soul’ and followed in 2005 with hit single ‘Against All Odds’. He is now back in 2023 with a brand new show Soul Journey, remembering the legends. One of the UK’s finest soul singers performs classic tracks from legendary artists including Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross & The Temptations.

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Steve Brookstein - one of the UK’s finest soul singers performs classic tracks from legendary artists including Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross and The Temptations.

'Brilliant!’
Sir Tom Jones

Steve, totally mind blowing... any big name comparisons, he is right up there with them.'
Liane Carroll, Multi-Jazz Award Winner

'His short-noted delivery recalled the late Otis Redding.'
The late Jack Massarik, The Evening Standard

“I have been waiting to hear a voice like Steve’s for some time to be reassured there are singers around who possess a real voice as well as a commanding presence. In other words someone who is the real deal.”

Sir Michael Parkinson

The first ever winner of The X Factor with a record 6 million votes in one night, which resulted in a number one single, Against All Odds and number one album, Heart and Soul. Steve has completed three UK tours including an arena tour with X Factor and two theatre tours, one of which was with the award-winning musical Our House. He has duetted with multi–Grammy award winner BeBe Winans, Reggae artist Maxi Priest and Jazz Award winners Ian Shaw and Liane Carroll. Since winning the iconic show, Steve has released three studio albums and his autobiography “Getting Over The X” released through Matador Publishing reached Number 1 in the Kindle Biography Chart. In 2019, just before the Covid pandemic, Steve moved with his family to Scotland and has dedicated much of his time to writing and recording from his home in East Lothian.