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About the artist: Beau Young is an Australian singer, songwriter and surfer. Beau was born 28 August 1974 in Grafton, New South Wales, he is the son of '60s and '70s surf legend Nat Young. He is the second youngest of 4 children. Naturally following in his father's footsteps, Beau's success as a professional surfer earned him the highest status in being crowned the ASP World Longboard Champion both in 2000 and again in 2003, defeating Joel Tudor on both occasions in the Final. In 1998, he finished 2nd in the ASP World Tour. He then retired from competition and pursued a successful music career. His brother Bryce Young is also a professional longboarder and his sisters Nava & Naomi are also notable surfers. It was in 2005 that saw his debut album "Waves of Change" released, in both Australia and Japan. The album debuted at #13 on the independent charts in Australia, reaching to #10 in the following weeks. Beau's second album "One Step at a Time" was released in 2008. He has toured Japan (x 4), Italy, France, U.S. and Spain. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the latest and current activities of Beau Young, please visit his official website at www.beauyoung.net