Maltese born singer/songwriter Mutt Ley comes from a very musical and artistic family, music is in his veins, he started playing guitar at the age of 14 and never looked back since.

     Mutt Ley's music influences are Queen, Metallica, Greenday, Therapy? The Beatles, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, U2, Avril Lavigne to mention a few.

      His catchy choruses make it very appealing and easy listening both to young and old alike. He can have a few hundred people jumping up to his Rock rhythm in no time.

      Mutt is a true artist writing about his life experiences which almost everyone can relate to. He released his debut album “Paid to Fall” in Summer 2006.

      He has been on Malta’s Radio’s Top 40 and has made numerous appearances on Maltese TV Stations. One of his most popular songs “Mean Summer” gave him a nomination for a Bay Radio Music Award as a young upcoming artist.

      Mutt Ley has now been Rocking the British shores for the past few years. His most recent gigs were supporting Kingston Arts at the Festival of the Voice. Mutt Ley is now being aired on BBC introducing, on the BBC South. (BBC Surrey, BBC Sussex, BBC Dorset & BBC Hampshire)

     Mutt Ley also does a lot of charity work, he is involved in a project fundraising in aid of the charity "Youtouchafrica" of which he released his track "Christmas Time"and he has also performed for the "Fircroft trust" on Christmas day 2013.     

Mutt Ley is now a Rhythm Guitar Teacher within his local communitity.