William Singe and Alex Aiono at the MACC

March 10, 2017, 9:52 AM HST · Updated March 10, 10:05 AM

William Singe and Alex Aiono will take the stage at the MACC in what will be their last show of their “The Changes Tour.”

The duo will perform at Castle Theater on Sunday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m.

The duo will perform their last show of their world tour at the MACC on April 9. Photo Courtesy

Singe is an Australian singer, songwriter, and producer. He is most noted for his online videos that have received hundreds of millions of YouTube and Facebook views. He started his career as a member of The Collective, an Australian boy band which was formed during the fourth season of “The X Factor Australia” in 2012, finishing in third place.

The Collective subsequently signed with Sony Music Australia and released seven singles and a self-titled album. After Singe left the group in 2015 to perform solo, he recorded numerous R&B, pop, hip hop, and rap covers in his bedroom.


In less than a year, he accumulated over two million Facebook fans, reached a No. 1 position on Spotify, 20 million Spotify streams, and earned more than 100 million video views and a million subscribers on YouTube.

Aiono is a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, piano, drums, and ‘ukulele, and is an impressive hip hop dancer. Upon moving from his hometown of Phoenix, AZ, to Los Angeles, he quickly found outlets for his numerous abilities.

In one year he went from performing only in church to collaborating with Grammy winners like Babyface, John Legend, and multiplatinum hit songwriter/executive producer, Billy Mann (Pink, Kelly Rowland, One Direction, David Guetta, Teddy Geiger).

He currently boasts over 400,000 video views on YouTube and has more than 8,000 subscribers on the site. The video for his first single, “Alphabet Soup,” garnered over 75,000 views in the first month it was released.

CLICK HERE for their Black Beatles, Confessions & No Problem mashup video
CLICK HERE for their Fake Love, Caroline & Broccoli mashup video

Tickets are $25, $29.50, $35 plus there are a limited number of $150 VIP seats (plus applicable fees).
The prices will increase $5 the day of the show.

For more information, click here.



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