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Leddra Chapman

Vocalist/songwriter Leddra Chapman’s summery acoustic audio sits somewhere within the poetic folk of early Joni Mitchell as well as the ska-tinged pop of Lily Allen. Given birth to in Brentwood, Essex in 1989, Chapman trained herself to try out your guitar and piano from age 12, and in her teenagers she recorded many demos in a little home-built studio room in her family’s garage area. Carrying out a show-stealing overall performance at Manchester’s In the town Music Meeting, which produced a hype around numerous record brands, she went to the London University of Music and performed at numerous European occasions after getting an ambassador for the Quiksilver style label. This year 2010 she released her debut recording, Telling Tales, made by Peter-John Vetesse (Annie Lennox, Sia), and embarked on the joint U.K. tour with Ben Montague.

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