Éliás Jr., is an award-winning Hungarian musician, singer, and voice teacher.
He was a member of several orchestras. He is the leader of the singing department at the Erkel Gyula Újpest School of Jazz. In 2003, he graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in the Jazz vocals department.
He sang as a guest artist for many bands & collectives, including: Studio 11, Budapest Jazz Orchestra, Jazzpression, Greg Földvári, Laci Gaspar, Eszter Váci, Frank Zappa tribute band, Tamás Takács, Jenő Fekete, Jackie Orszánszky, Tamás Somló, Charlie, Magdolna Rúzsa, Vera Toth, Viktor Varga, and McDc.
He is one of the most wanted singers of the hungarian nightlife.
He was the Vocal Coach for the Hungarian talent shows like X-Factor for many many years.
Éliás has tried three times to represent his home country Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest: Firstly in 1996, with the song Jó éjszakát, tying in last place (9th with four points). The eventual representative, Gjon Delhusa, was eliminated in the pre-qualifying round in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996. The second time was nearly twenty years later, with the new format of A Dal 2013. He attempted again with the song Mindhalálig várni rád, and was eliminated in the heats. He tried for a third time in A Dal 2015, this time in English and in collaboration with the jazz band Fourtissimo with the song Run to you, this time only getting to the semi-finals.