Singer, songwriter and producer, Jethro Tait started playing guitar at the age of 13 and later forming a band with Matthew Mole, Jethro has a foundation in acoustic sounds but has dabbled in electronic music as well.
Influenced by the likes of Jon Bellion and Ed Sheeran, Tait has centered himself as a pop artist with original music that is catchy enough to have you singing along in no time.
After signing a publishing deal with Universal Publishing in 2013, Tait took his first step into the industry as a songwriter. He has since penned songs for The Voice season 2 winner, Craig Lucas (charting singles I Said This and Smother,) as well as Majozi, Mathew Gold and Richard Stirton (The Voice Season 1 winner.)
The rising star recently released his debut single One for The Books.
In 2014 Jethro joined a boyband named “FOUR” who went on to win The X Factor South Africa.
The group went on to share the stage with international acts like One Direction and Nicki Minaj before deciding to part ways and pursue solo careers.
Having just signed a record deal with Universal Music South Africa and releasing his first offering (featuring on the smash hit Running Wild with Pascal and Pearce, which is close to Gold-certification). Tait has his sights set on becoming one of the country’s top singer-songwriter talents.