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Jaden Cornelious started singing in 1988 in gospel churches around the UK. He then moved to Ajax-Toronto in Canada in 1991 to sing with a Gospel Choir for 7 months.
On returning to the UK Jaden became a Pop/R&B singer and formed a couple of boy bands until his band B-YOND was formed in August 1994.
During his time with the band, B-YOND made many appearances on TV programmes such as Blue Peter, Good Morning, Fives Company, The Big Breakfast, MTV Music, The Box and more. Jaden was Blue Peter's first music documentary..where he was interviewed and indeed liked by Simon Cowell...bags of fan mail were sent to Jaden after this one episode and some of these supporters still support Jaden today, Jaden appeared with B-YOND again in Blue Peter when they were in the final 7 for a song for Europe in 97 with their song 'Lighten Up' funny though, how that year the powers that be decided to NOT show the finals on TV but to place in on BBC Radio 2 at 11am on a Tuesday Morning- when 18000+ B-YOND fans would be at school...funny that ...Still Katrina and the Waves won for the UK so all good!!!! Jaden was interviewed many times and sang with B-YOND on Pump TV a local cable channel based in Slough- Berks... The interviewer the was an unknown Sasha Barron-Cohen so Jaden's turn for super stardom must be just round the corner.
After signing to Logic BMG in July 1997 their single "The Key" reached No.4 in the dance charts ( with mixes by Phat and Phunky and Joey Musaphia) and took them to over a thousand gigs worldwide, playing to over 308 million people. The band had an 18,000 strong fan base both in the UK and abroad. Appeared in Loads of Teenage Magazines- Live and Kicking , Smash Hits, NOW, SHOUT, MIZZ, Top of the Pops and in many local, national and even international news papers, Not to mention several National/international TV shows Big Breakfast, Blue Peter, 5's Company, Good Morning with Anne and Nick, Pump TV, The Box, Live TV.
The band toured with the likes of Steps, Bewitched, Billie, Happy Clappers, Gwen Dickie, Cleopatra, Alibi, The Nolan Sisters, All Saints, Five, Bucks Fizz, North & South, Kavana, Peter Andre, Tina Cousins and more.
When B-YOND finished, Jaden signed to Good Groove to begin his solo career. Throughout his music career in the 90's, Jaden recorded,wrote and worked with amazing writer/producers such as Random Music-Sweden, Lulu, Peter Cunnah, Tony Swain, Tom Nichols, Adam Green, Steve Mac, Mike Stock, Oswin Falquero, Rik Mitra, Billy Laurie, Elliot Kennedy, Helen Boulding, Mike Olton, Greg Fitzgerald, Tim Hawes, Keith Beauvais, and Aaron Friedman, before he took a break from the music business.
Now living between North Devon and London, Jaden is training with American opera singing coach Bonnie Bradley Bailey and has been working in the studio with Richard Tattersall at Richard's Recording Room in Bideford. Jaden has had over 93,000 views on myspace has 6000+ friends on Facebook and Youtube.
Jaden has also been busy writing original material and is back in the studio working on album #2, where top producer Scott Whitman is currently re-mixing two of Jaden's own compositions.
During his latest Musical fundraiser for Breast Cancer Campaigns ( The Totally Olivia Tour) The Jaden Cornelious Foundation was formed and have been blessed to work with and meet some amazing people, to hear some amazing real life stories of victory and triumph and trauma and suffering and to help some amazing heart touching causes. ( see www.jcf-fundraising.com ) We have gained some great friends and supporters in the process ( Emerson Newton-John, Carrie Fisher, Stephanie Beacham, Jason Patric, Alesha Dixon, Chesney Hawkes, Stedman Pearson, Jud Mahoney, Kelsang Pawo, Junior, Jennifer Crestol, Bernard Cribbins OBE, Emma Thompson, Mary Wilson, Melanie Chisholm, Ron Moody, Toby Jones, Jason Karl, Hermione Hennesey, Richard Felix, Angie Brown, John Scott, Juan Lee Stewart, Lara Martelli, Matt Cusson,Brian Gordon, Mike Read, Carleen Anderson and Oliver Poole)