JESUS hopeful Rory Taylor’s brothers today opened their photo album to reveal how he became a Superstar in the making.
The singer from Heswall took another step closer to becoming Andrew Lloyd Webber’s leading man after impressing viewers last night.
Rory, who performs in the band 54321 with his brothers and cousin, said his family have supported him every step of the way.
They are a resident band at The Cavern Club in Liverpool where they perform every Sunday.
The five-piece – Rory, his older brothers Olly, 27, and Barney, 25; younger brother Callum, 21, and Liam Capleton, 23 – record all their own music in their self-built studio in their parents’ back garden.
Drummer Olly said: “Rory started singing when he was very young. He could command a crowd even at the age of eight. He went to Calday Grange Grammar School and he did quite a few things in the Gladstone Theatre in Port Sunlight.
“He’s always wanted to play the part of Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar. We’ve always loved the music in it, Rory in particular, it’s very rocky. It’s really exciting to see him on stage, but he seems like he should be there. We’re all really proud.”