Leo Sayer is a British born singer and songwriter. His singing career has gone on to span four decades. He was very popular in the 1970s and has many top singles.
His first two singles were “Giving It All Away” and “The Show Must Go On”. There were followed by “One Man Band” in 1974, “Long Tall Glasses” the same year and “Moonlighting” in 1975. He had a number one hit in 1977 with “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” which won a Grammy for the Best R&B song and later went gold. He also scored big with the romantic ballad “When I Need You” which also certified gold.
Leo Sayer also made cover versions with the songs “More Than I Can Say”, “Raining in My Heart” and “Orchard Road”. The first song certified gold as well. In the year 2000, his version of “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” was featured in the movie “Charlie’s Angels”, He made a rise to number one in 2006 with Meck’s remix of “Thunder in My Heart”. Then he released a compilation album Leo Sayer: At His Very Best featuring his top singles.
In 2006 Sayer had another number-one single on the U.K. Charts “Thunder In My Heart”. He made his first appearance in the U.K. in almost twenty-four years. In 2008 he released a new album only in Australia and became an Australian citizen. He is presently living in Sydney. He is still making music at the young age of 71.