Born on March 11, 1983 in Columbus, Ohio / USA, John Sutherland began to turn his hobby into a profession at a young age: with leading roles at regional theaters ( "Oliver Twist", "Tommy", "Tom Sawyer") The young artist proves his talents and is then discovered by Matt Casela, who has already promoted the likes of Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. This procures him, among other things, a role in Disney's "AHA" and guest appearances in the American series "Law and Order".
In 2001, shortly after his 17th birthday, John moved to the big city of New York to further expand his career. Tony Award-winning director Michael Maher, writer Steven Sater and Billboard Top Ten artist Duncan Sheik are taking John under their wing for their Broadway workshop, Spring Awakening. In addition to various appearances at the "Broadway Dance Center", John works more and more intensively on his singing.
After "B3" decided to go their separate ways in autumn 2004 after more than 3 successful years of working together, this did not mean the end of John's career by a long shot!
Since then he has recorded the title song "One True Heart" - a duet with US hit singer Sophie B. Hawkins - for the cartoon "Nutcracker and Mouse King" and is presenting two of his own songs at the "Klangwolke 2004" in Linz / Austria performed to an enthusiastic audience.
In 2006, John released his first solo album, Don't Look Back. Here you can clearly hear the influences of musicians like David Bowie, T-Rex and the New York underground rock scene. Among other things, John worked in London with top producer Tommy D. (Kylie Minogue, Jamelia, Sugababes), who describes John as an "exceptional talent with an amazing voice, which will be successful worldwide". When asked how he pulls it all together, John replies confidently, “You have to believe in what you're doing and focus your full attention on it. I love what I do and want it more than anyone." "Rocket Man" was released on March 10, 2006 after "My Love Is Crazy" and "Keep Talking" is the third single from his album.