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Thursday, May 05 2022 - 17:55
Charlie Mitchell, the 16-year-old singer produced by Narada Michael Walden, famed producer of Whitney Houston, George Michael and numerous others will make his national TV debut on May 11th on Studio 10 in Australia
SYDNEY, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Charlie Mitchell, the 16-year-old singer from the Gold Coast, will make his 
nationally televised debut in Australia on May 11th. He will appear in an 
interview on the show at about 11:30 AM and will also perform the song that is 
becoming rapidly popular across the world, ESW Management confirmed the 

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Narada Michael Walden produced the song, "Even After," which was initially 
written by Brian Evans, also a singer who happened upon Charlie Mitchell and 
brought him to the attention of Walden.

Walden had 57 #1 hits including for Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, George 
Michael, Sting, Barbra Streisand, and others too numerous to mention. He is 
named as one of the Top 10 producers of all time by Billboard Magazine.

Charlie Mitchell would often post videos on his Facebook page of himself 
singing, which can be viewed at, and the 
single is now available worldwide on services such as Apple iTunes, Amazon, 
Spotify and others.

"Charlie is a superstar in the making," says Walden.

The song, which was literally released on May 3rd, is already being played in 
Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, United States, Peru, and other countries.

"What I really was hoping for was that Australia got behind one of their own 
first, because despite all of these shows in different countries that have been 
contacting us. I really wanted to make sure he debuted in Australia. It just 
felt like that was the way it was supposed to be. That was the right way, and 
Australia has embraced him as the radio stations playing him have confirmed," 
says Evans, who also acted as Executive Producer of the song as well as the 
writer of the lyrics. Co-Executive Producer Jesse Stenger also wrote lyrics for 
the song, with Charlie Mitchell creating the melody.

The song was originally written by Evans about his mother, who had passed. 
Evans could not bring himself to sing it himself, and so he approached Charlie 
Mitchell with the song after seeing him on social media.

"The song was written in a special way. The first verse is what the person who 
lost someone is feeling, while the second verse and the bridge is coming from 
your loved one to you when you need to hear those words the most. That said, 
everyone has their own interpretation of the song," he says.

The national appearance on Australia's Studio 10 will be Charlie Mitchell's 
first appearance to a national audience, and in his own country.

"Charlie Mitchell is going to be a very big star," says Evans. "And he's a 
great kid. I'm honored to be a part of it."

"We will be recording many songs we've written together," says Stenger. "This 
is a different thing altogether, especially how it all came to be."

SOURCE: ESW Management