He learned to play the guitar, and wrote his first song entitled "Change" which was based on his move from South Africa to Australia.
During his schooling life in Melbourne, Australia, he attended Melbourne High School - a selective-entry, all boys' school in South Yarra, Victoria.
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They became close friends and impressed the judges with their voices and their camaraderie.
Geyer was the first contestant who was accepted by Idol into the top 100.
His Disco performance in the Final 8 of "Turn the Beat Around" included a front handspring by Geyer off the side of the stage and a backflip at the end of his performance.
In the weeks leading up to the final of Australian Idol 2006, Geyer was selected by both Mark Holden and former Idol judge Ian Dickson as their favourites for winning the competition.
(No shade, promise.) that Geyer was set to pop the question during their annual holiday trip to Australia, until he learned that Murray couldn't make it after all.