Brett Alexander Loewenstern got his start in performing at the age eight when he debuted as the Lollipop King in The Wizard of Oz. After having lead many roles in theaters, he went on to realize his passion for singing was grandiose. At thirteen, Brett was privileged with the opportunity to be a part of the Jewish Community Center's music and arts program, "The Artsfest". He worked with fellow Jewish teens from around the country in a matter of two weeks and debuted his voice for the first time, belting out "You Give Love a Bad Name". From that icebreaking experience, he was able to carry his path down artistry, music, and inspiration. Following his major debut, Brett began performing at open microphone nights and played all his original work as well covers. Few years passed and in the summer of two thousand ten, Brett pursued his lifelong dream and tried out for the hit television show, "American Idol". Through extensive rounds, one after another, Brett earned a spot in the top twelve males of the US and made a mark on the country through his voice and golden heart. He was eliminated at the top twenty-four, but that did not stop him from pursuing his dream of becoming an inspiration to the masses. He came home and capitalized on the opportunity to give back to the community by performing at as many charity benefits as possible. One most remarkable event was Brett's return to the JCC stage, only this time in the Holy Land, Israel. From his year of performing, he gave back his heart and still continues to do so in the path of music. Currently, Brett attends Berklee College of Music as a first semester student intending to join the Pro Music Major Program focused in business, performance, and songwriting. Ultimately, Brett is known for his saying: "I am an artist aspiring to set the world on fire, one note at a time!"