lauren lovelle

About Lauren

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Lauren Lovelle is a new and exciting singer from Wilmslow in Cheshire. Not one to court convention Lauren decided to follow her heart and give up her A’ level studies at the age of 17 to devote her time to her true passion singing and writing.

One day sixth form, next day studio! That’s basically how it went as Lauren embarked on a whirlwind sequence of writing her own songs to performing in pubs and clubs and then to laying down her own tracks for the very first time.

“It was all incredibly exciting and a little daunting at first” says Lauren “but I really enjoyed the whole thing and experienced a huge learning curve, but it’s what I want to do and I want more!”

Lauren is now back in the studio and the product of those sessions will be available here on her website for the very first time for you all to enjoy.

Lauren’s rich deep vibrant voice crosses many genres with rich influences from blues and soul mixed with modern contemporary glitz that has already captured many admirers. Currently building a strong following in the musical hot beds of Liverpool and Manchester, Lauren is taking into her music career personal values that she holds close to her heart.

“Believe in yourself and what you stand for and never let anyone pull you down. Don’t surrender to other people’s negativity or prejudice and always be yourself not what others want you to be”

Lauren has had many musical influences but prefers to not be “pigeon holed” whilst she seeks to build her own original style and sound.
Full of dedication and hard work and blessed with real talent Lauren is well on the way to achieving her ambitions but why don’t you be the judge!

Following a jaw dropping performance opening the Teenage Cancer Trust “Runway on the Runway” (insert web link)in the Concorde Suite at Manchester Airport, Lauren will be returning to the same venue very soon for the launch of her first Album.

Watch this space very closely!

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