Alex Cavan (born June 3, 1993) is a South African singer/song writer, musician.
He released his debut album in October 2015 with 9 original tracks and a cover of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" and has been on the rise since, opening for popular South African artists such as Khan Morbee (The Parlotones), Ard Matthews, Jeremy Loops, Matthew Mole and Shaun Jacobs.
This young muso has spread his vibrations across South Africa, touring all parts of his country and performing at multiple events and shows. This includes festivals such as the “Earth Home Project” Hosted by Terra-khaya with Greenpop partnering to host the tree planting day to give back to the environment.
In 2016, he made his presence known in the UK introducing songs from his album on both BBC Nottingham and Lincolnshire stations along with two live sessions and 3 Interviews.
Also in 2016, Alex Cavan was the only South African to be featured on a UK-produced album “A Breath of Fresh Air” featuring unsigned artists from around the world.
In 2017, Alex was a contestant on The Voice SA Season 2, reaching the Top 32 getting Bobby Van Jaarsveld as a coach and getting through the knockout rounds to secure him a spot in Team Bobby’s final 8.
After completeing a full national tour of South Africa, Alex decided to pursue his opportunities in the U.K.