- UK UK Singer Songwriter / world / Christian/Gospel


Manager: Roy Francis Productions

Bio: Lanre was born in Stoke-On-Trent England and when she was 4 her parents thought it was a good idea for her to learn about her heritage, background and get a chance to know her extended family. So she traveled to Nigeria with her parents where she spent the next twenty years studying, learning and... See Full Bio

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“Lánre has spent the past couple of years playing her songs in cafés, bars and various charity events all over London. She was one of the eleven UK singers and songwriters selected to be part of the Prezzo live tour; performing at various UK restaurants of the Italian chain. Her music can be best described as acoustic soul with influences from her Nigerian heritage of storytelling and folk music along with her background in gospel music. Lánre has taken her Singing for Change acoustic tour to various venues and events like the Greenbelt Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Brighton Fringe and cafes and bars in Toronto Canada. Her debut solo album Pen Voyage Chapter One: Singing for Change was officially released on the 30th September 2011. Má Gbàgbé, one of the leading songs on the album was selected to be on the Lufthansa Airline's playlist “Sounds of Africa”. It was also included in the BBC Introducing playlist on BBC 6 in March 2012. ”
—  Laugh it Up Publication
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  • 2013

    Sep 21

    Elstree, HERTS, UK | 10:30am
    Folkstock Acoustic Festival
    Elstree, HERTS, UK
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:30am


    Folkstock Acoustic Festival will be an affordable, family friendly festival with a fete feel, incorporating two main stages and two tented stages of acoustic, folk and roots music. It will have internationally respected performers alongside emerging local acts as well as old fashioned stalls, ceilidhs, morris dancing, arts and crafts in a friendly supportive environment. There are also areas dedicated to specialist interests such as local breweries and real ale, foodie treats and pop up street vendors who cook to order, champions of organic and sustainable living as well as activities for children and dancing, song writing and ukulele workshops and sessions in the bar for all. Folkstock clear press welhatAs you can see, there will be an array of gorgeous music, delicious food, crafty stalls, community interest groups, dancing, singing and drinking ! Childrens’ activities and entertainment means your charges needs will be able to be accommodated ( under your watchful eye) buying you goodwill to indulge your musical tastes. The two main stages will incorporate a range of acoustic, folk and roots music, with the Main Stage being for more traditional folk performers and the other being for Alternative Folk. Alt Folk means they are slightly more cross genre and often using folk related instruments, but incorporating rock, pop, electronic and contemporary influences which are very on trend at the moment and it is immediately accessible music with strong hooks, choruses and lyrics, delivered with professionalism and passion. “The Village Green” offers a wealth of more fete like activies with the local under 10 ceilidh group taking to the turf, as well as some spontaneous Morris Dancing ! Local interest groups will be able to have a pitch at no fee to help them raise funds for their activities, and be able to keep all their proceeds. The ‘Turn up the Sun Stage’, run by talented and award winning musician Marina Florance, will be providing a stimulating and jaw dropping selection of guitar, ukulele, fiddle and double bass weilding artists who are gathering momentum and respect across the country – catch them here while you can ! The ‘Folkstock Presents’ stage is going to be offering a range of quality acoustic musicians, who are engaging and committed performers, who all write and perform their own material, to an exceptionally high level. For some of them this is their first festival but they are all experienced performers and we can’t wait to see the day unfold. There will be a supportive, inclusive atmosphere and an area for seated appreciation of the music. This tented stage will benefit from tables and chairs for people who wish to get away from the madding crowd and enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of cake ( which will be available nearby in the Tasty Treats Tea Tent ) before heading back out into the festival’s fray. The ’Lets Co Create’ child and family friendly zone will provide a range of simple but absorbing free activites for your children to try out, under your watchful eye. There will also be some more traditional activities which will charge a small fee, such as face painting, so we can create our own little angels / spidermen ( at least for the day !) We are very lucky that artists are also coming from all over the UK, Ireland, America and Denmark to perform at the event. Come and join us and have some good clean fun !

  • 2013

    Mar 27

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    London, UK
    Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:00pm


    Venue Facebook event here http://www.facebook.com/events/557481950978999/ Glasswerk + Manilla PR Presents Tuesday Club www.facebook.com/thisisthetuesdayclub Blackheart www.facebook.com/blackheart.co.uk Lanre www.facebook.com/LanreWorld Rob McElroy www.facebook.com/ron.mcelroy.musician Tickets £4 advanced from http://www.seetickets.com/Tour/TUESDAY-CLUB

  • 2012

    Aug 25

    Cheltenham, UK | 8:00pm

    Cheltenham, UK
    Sat Aug 25, 2012 8:00pm


    Christian Music & Arts Festival Cheltenham Racecourse, Prestbury Park, Cheltenham, Gloucester, GL50 4SH

  • 2012

    Aug 5

    London, BDF, UK | 8:00pm

    London, BDF, UK
    Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:00pm
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