Dean Lewis shares the most epic show of his life

Dean Lewis shares the most epic show of his life

Dean Lewis is currently on his world tour and has shared clips from his sold out show in Australia, which he says was one of the best shows of his life. 

Dean Lewis
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Dean Lewis is enjoying his world tour.

In an Instagram post, the singer spoke about his 'epic' show which took place in Australia over the weekend. 

The award winner said it was one of the best shows of his life. 

He shared a clip of the crowd singing his hit single, 'How Do I Say Goodbye', a song which is currently on The CTM Top 40 with Danny Painter. 

"They were singing along so loud that I could barely hear myself," said the star. 

He went on to speak about how the song blew up in just a few months.

"Four months ago, I released this song and I posted it online and it went viral and the other night I played it at my sold out show in front of 7,000 people," he wrote. 

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Watch the clip below:

Lewis says he wrote the song 'How Do I Say Goodbye' for his dad who was diagnosed with cancer. 

"It was an incredibly emotional song to write for me, I broke down a bunch of times. I knew it was special! I wrote this song about my dad when he got diagnosed with cancer. And I was luckily enough to show him this song as he is now in remission!!! (He said he loves the song but can’t listen to it more than once. And now I’m seeing the song connect with so many of you," he wrote on Instagram. 

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He also spoke about his other hit song, 'Waves'. 

The song was released in 2019 from the album, 'A Place We Knew'. 

The 35-year-old said he previously sent the song to more than 30 managers, but received no response. 

He added that the way the song went on to be a hit is proof that 'anything is possible'. 

"7 years ago I sent the demo of this song to 30 managers and no one responded and the other night I performed it to a sold out show of 7,000 people singing so loud I couldn’t hear myself. ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE" he said. 

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