The native New Yorker turned London resident, presents perfect and unorthodox pop tunes and a voice that sounds like it came straight off the Dock of the Bay. Blending effortless cool, with a naturally charming motor mouth, he has created his own brand of classic 70's inspired piano pop. A former Parisian street sweeper and nursery school gym teacher no less, Julian was plucked from relative obscurity, discovered on MySpace in 2007 by UK Major Record Labels. The Sunday Times has called him "A tantalizing prospect. Catchy but complicated; a surprisingly rare combination" and Time Out compares him to Harry Nilsson and Tom Waits. His latest album, "Mr. Saturday Night", has all the hallmarks of a classic pop record, whilst turning the singer-songwriter stereotype on its head, and swapping sincerity for sarcasm. Influenced by 70's Elton John and packed with the sort of brazenly brilliant tunes that could make Robbie Williams green with envy, it's classic piano pop with a Broadway makeover. All performed by the fictional bow-tie wearing character of Julian's own invention named - Mr. Saturday Night. But beyond the wry asides, lyrical twists and clever storytelling the album shows, it's Julian's songwriting at its very best, encompassing his influences, distinctive personality and overwhelming love of a good tune.