Axle travelled to Los Angeles in late 2010 and had the opportunity to write with some great US songwriters.
Fast forward to April, 2011 and Axle’s getting set to release the first single – Sister Sunshine – from his upcoming album scheduled for the 2nd half of the year.
His long-time co-star Jessie Wallace is confirmed to return .
Victoria Police have released photos of hundreds of pieces of stolen jewellery in the hope of returning the items to their rightful owners.
Born in Melbourne on 16 December 1980, Axle grew up on his family’s farm in country Victoria.
While his dad toiled in the fields, his mother would drag Axle and his two older brothers out to live music shows and at home, someone would always be playing music somewhere; The sounds of Bob Dylan, Paul Simon or Creedence Clearwater were never far away.FORMER Home and Away star Axle Whitehead has a tip for every aspiring Hollywood actor: Learn how to make a good cup of coffee.It is also why Whitehead , who is now lives in Los Angeles, is particularly proud to return home to Australia to host Channel Seven’s newest game show The Wall.Axle’s debut album ‘Losing Sleep’ was released in August 2008 and peaked at No.1 on the i Tunes Album Music Chart.In 2008 Axle also became the ‘face’ of Marcs clothing fronting a six month national campaign featuring on everything from point of sale and bus backs to billboards all over the country.FORMER Home and Away star Axle Whitehead has a tip for every aspiring Hollywood actor: Learn how to make a good cup of coffee. Home and Away actor Axle Whitehead chats to Digital Spy about Liam's future.It is also why Whitehead , who is now lives in Los Angeles, is particularly proud to return home to Australia to host Channel Seven’s newest game show The Wall. “You spend 12 to 14 hours a day with these people – and once you become part of that family, you don’t have an ego.Axle eventually moved to Melbourne to attend the prestigious VCA (Victorian College of the Arts) to study music and in 2003, he came to prominence as a contestant on the first series of Australian Idol (reaching the final 20).After being spotted on Idol, Network Ten hired him to front the television music show, Video Hits.At the beginning of 2007, he packed up once again and this time moved to Sydney to launch his recording career after signing deals with Roadshow Music and Sony ATV Publishing.In January, 2008, he released his debut single ‘I Don’t Do Surprises’ which came in at No.8 on the ARIA Singles Chart.