He may hail from a bloodline of West Australian music royalty, but Bojesse Pigram is carving his own reputation as an artist. At just 23-years-old, the young singer-songwriter has performed at events around Australia, including the Broome to Bicton concert in Perth, the 2017 Shinju Matsuri festival in his hometown of Broome as well as small music festivals along the east coast.
Bojesse charmed the nation with his soulful sound when he appeared on Nine’s The Voice Australia in 2017, making it through to the final 11 of the reality singing competition. Currently, Bojesse focuses on the behind-the-scenes of the music industry with song-writing at the forefront of his focus.
Appearing in Bran Nue Dae is all the more special for the star, whose grandfather Stephen Pigram was a member of the renowned Kuckles band, who wrote and performed the original play alongside the legendary Jimmy Chi in 1990.