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Dean Lewis brings down the house as he performs at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show in Melbourne

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Lighting up the stage! Singer Dean Lewis brings down the house as he performs at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show in Melbourne

He won his first ARIA Award last November.

And on Saturday, Australian signer Dean Lewis brought the house down as he performed at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show at Melbourne’s Cricket Ground.

The 31-year-old hit-maker performed his hit songs Be Alright and Waves.

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Lighting up the stage! Singer Dean Lewis brought down the house as he performed at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show in Melbourne on Saturday

Lighting up the stage! Singer Dean Lewis brought down the house as he performed at the AFL Grand Finale pre-show in Melbourne on Saturday

The singer, who went six times platinum with his hit song Waves, opted for a blue button up shirt, and jeans. 

The chart-topping songster excited crowds for the upcoming AFL game, before singer Paul Kelly headlined the show. 

Also joining Dean, Australian hitmakers Conrad Sewell and Singer-songwriter, Tones and I, best known for her overnight success hit Johnny Run Away.

Everything's going to be alright! The singer, who went six times platinum with his hit song Waves, opted for a blue button up shirt, and jeans. Following his performance, Dean described the experience as 'unbelievable'

Everything’s going to be alright! The singer, who went six times platinum with his hit song Waves, opted for a blue button up shirt, and jeans. Following his performance, Dean described the experience as ‘unbelievable’

Immediately following his performance on Saturday, Dean took to his Instagram to share his experience with his fans. 

Dean described the experience as being ‘unbelievable’.

He also added that nerves didn’t kick in until the final two minutes before he hit the stage, and then he felt his heart starting to race.    

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Last minute nerves! Dean admitted nerves didn't kick in until the final two minutes before he hit the stage, really feeling his heart starting to race

Last minute nerves! Dean admitted nerves didn’t kick in until the final two minutes before he hit the stage, really feeling his heart starting to race

Last year, the 31-year-old after he won his first ARIA Award, Dean reflected on how his career progressed from sound technician to successful musician. 

‘I was writing songs in my room for like six year, not showing anyone,’ Dean told the press room at the time.

 ‘I wasn’t the kind of guy who was like “here’s my demo”, or “listen to my demo”, I just never thought it was that good.’

Performers: (L-R) Dean Lewis, Tones and I, Conrad Sewell and Paul Kelly pose for a photograph along the boundary line at the MCG - Pictured on Thursday, September 26, 2019

Performers: (L-R) Dean Lewis, Tones and I, Conrad Sewell and Paul Kelly pose for a photograph along the boundary line at the MCG – Pictured on Thursday, September 26, 2019

‘A friend of mine passed my demo to Leonie (the executive) who used to manage Savage Garden, then I got a record deal basically.’ 

He went on to top the charts with his follow-up single Be Alright, which reached number one for a number of weeks before going certified quadruple platinum. 

Chart topper: The 31-year-old after he won his first ARIA Award, Dean reflected on how his career progressed from sound technician to successful musician.

Chart topper: The 31-year-old after he won his first ARIA Award, Dean reflected on how his career progressed from sound technician to successful musician.

 

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