Brett Lee and Mick Vawdon are… White Shoe Theory.

It’s no secret that well known cricketer Brett Lee has a passion for music. He has previously had success in India and South Africa with a chart topping duet with Indian Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle.

What is not known until now, is that over the past few years Brett and long time friend singer/songwriter Mick Vawdon have been working hard behind the scenes, writing and recording their own brand of music.

White Shoe Theory has developed a popular mainstream rock sound with a growing collection of guitar driven songs, highlighted by strong vocal melody and harmonies. With Mick predominantly on lead vocals and guitars, and Brett on bass guitar, harmonies, and even piano at times, the duo have a characteristic sound and aim to acquire an international audience.

Although Sydney, Australia, is home, the guys have spent a lot of time in India, and definitely plan to take their music to the subcontinent as soon as possible.

The name, “White Shoe Theory” came about purely by accident.

The guys were in a pub trying to create a band name and noticed that there were practically the only people in the bar who weren’t wearing white shoes. It was a bit of a joke at first, however the name stuck.

An album is currently being recorded in Sydney, and videos being filmed both in Australia and India. Release is not expected to be too far away…

Download the official White Shoe Theory press release.


Click here for information about Brett’s former band, Six and Out.