Sovory has been on stage since the age of three and on the world stage for the majority of his adult life. His tours include opening slots for Sheryl Crow, Brian Adams, Jimmy Cliff and the Neville Brothers as well as three world tours as a part of the Lenny Kravitz band.
As a producer SOVORY is a true visionary in every sense of the word and has been the thrust behind projects for clients such as - Universal, Disney, 20th Century Fox, James Brown, Kenny Loggins, Barry Manilow, Ba Ha Men and The Pussycat Dolls. He is currently in-studio developing projects for shaman Robert Newton and poet/singer Jeanne Sedrick.
In 1996 Polydor Records released SOVORY's self titled debut album. The project received critical acclaim from fans and peers such as Lenny Kravitz, Barry Manilow and Eric Clapton who was quoted in the British and international press as saying "SOVORY is the best new artist heard in years". The album yielded 3 singles - "Soul", "Did You Mean What You Said" and "Midnight Sun" which hit top 40 in several European markets. He is currently working on his sophomore effort - due out at the beginning of 2014.
SOVORY's voice is the centerpiece of his musical gifts. When at the age of three he brought a church congregation to the brink with his rendition of "Yes Jesus Loves Me" his vocal prowess was confirmed. As a studio singer SOVORY has been the featured vocalist on numerous albums, national commercials and on the song "When it's For You" for the hit TV show "Saved By The Bell". As a songwriter his commitment to excellence and attention to detail are unmatched. He has collaborated on songs with such luminaries as Eric Clapton, Lenny Kravitz, Stephen Bray and Eric Patrick. His songs have been featured on many albums, compilations, in blockbuster movies and on soundtracks such as The Fan, Blue Crush, American Wedding and Jason's Lyric, for which he received his first platinum award.