A plumbing contract turned into a record deal for a UK man, the BBC reports.
Kev Crane, who has worked as a plumber for eight years, was recently hired to install three bathrooms in a residence.
However, the owner of the house where the work was taking place was none other than Paul Conneally, the owner of New Reality Records.
For six weeks, Kev Crane displayed his skills as a plumber, while pushing the note while he worked.
When he heard the melodious voice of his plumber, Mr. Conneally was quick to offer him a contract with his company.
The owner of New Reality Records says Kev Crane then confessed to him that he had written and recorded songs in his home studio.
The singer plumber then sent him some extracts.
“I was blown away by his writing and his attention to detail,” says Paul Conneally.
The two men decided to collaborate, which gave birth to Kev Crane’s debut album, Why Can’t I be You?, released earlier this summer.
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