Matt Cardle Biography

Matt Cardle (Matthew Sheridan Cardle) was born on 15th April 1983 in Southampton, United Kingdom. He is a songwriter and musician. He is known for winning the seventh series of ‘The X Factor’ in  2010.

Matt Cardle X Factor

In 2010 he auditioned for the seventh series of The X Factor singing Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good”.He was moved to the boys category when the age limit was raised to 28, making Dannii Minogue his mentor.

On 12th December 2010 he was announced the winner receiving 44.61% of the vote. His cover version of “Many of Horror” by Biffy Clyro topped the UK Singles Chart to become the 2010 Christmas number 1 and remained there for three consecutive weeks.

Matt Cardle Album.

  • 2016: Intimate & Live
  • 2013: Porcelain
  • 2012: The Fire
  • 2012: Amazing

Matt Cardle Songs

  • When We Collide
  • The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  • Amazing
  • Loving You
  • Run For Your Life
  • Starlight
  • When You Were My Girl
  • It’s Only Love
  • Nights in White Satin
  • Just the Way You Are
  • … Baby One More Time
  • Hit My Heart
  • Stars & Lovers
  • Anyone Else
  • Walking On Water
  • When Love Takes Over
  • All for Nothing
  • Pull Me Under
  • Beat of a Breaking Heart
  • This Trouble Is Ours
  • For Every Heartbreak
  • Faithless
  • Your Kind of Love
  • Bring Him Home
  • Hanging From Your Heartstrings
  • I Can’t Make You Love Me
  • All That Matters
  • A Little Too Late
  • All Is Said
  • Lately
  • Letters

Ed Sheeran Matt Cardle

Ed Sheeran was accused of copying Martin and Thomas’ song Amazing that was written for Matt Cardle. The song was released in 2010 but in 2016 it was revealed that the writers were taking action against Ed and his co writer.

Ed was accused of “participating in a scheme aiding, inducing, and contributing to copyright infringement in the U.S. This copying is, in many instances, verbatim, note-for-note copying, makes up nearly one half of Photograph, and raises the case to the unusual level of strikingly similar copying.” the legal papers said. In April 2017 Ed Sheeran settled the £16 million lawsuit

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Matt Cardle
Matt Cardle

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