BIOGRAPHY 

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“The ability to find comfort in seeing someone go through the same pain as one’S self — it’s completely fucked up, and yet insatiably beautiful at the same time.”



“WE CAN’T HELP EVERYONE, BUT EVERYONE CAN HELP SOMEONE.”

– JOHN LENNON

As a creative, Jesse Teinaki’s ambition is driven by a want or even a need, to bridge the social gap between self-destruction, acceptance and understanding. Teinaki’s music tells his story of pain and anguish, in hope that others walking the same path can connect and find comfort in hearing a relatable fight. In addition, Teinaki strives to shine a light on the reality of these issues for those who don’t suffer directly, to give an understanding of the severe impacts on certain people’s lives.

With intent to paint his vision on a global canvas, Jesse Teinaki encapsulates the meaning of what it is to be a modern music artist, adopting a mentality that music holds a power and a voice.

His talent and vision is not limited to conventional perceptions of singer-songwriters, with multi-instrumentalist, top-liner and creative director included in his schedule.

In previous years, Teinaki was handpicked to support Bon Jovi on his stadium Australian tour, appeared on Australia’s X-Factor and received recognition as a songwriter attaining awards through programs including the prestigious Telstra Road To Discovery People’s Choice Award. The last year has seen Teinaki travel nation wide performing shows for various crowds, exploring his artistry with experimental songwriting and placing in the Top 24 on The Voice Australia.

Teinaki is passionate about songwriting and over the last two years has begun releasing his own original music. A stand alone single titled ‘Alright’ (2018), a 6 Track EP titled ‘Heart’s Demise’ (2018) and a second stand alone single titled ‘This Can’t Be Living’ (2019); which were all independent and self-funded releases.

Jesse Teinaki has his sights set on early 2020 for his original music next releases and can assure everyone watching that this is only the beginning.













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