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Leddra Chapman

While most kids are concerning themselves with Twilight or the latest games console at the age of 12, Leddra Chapman picked up an acoustic guitar for the first time, sat down and began to write her first song. Since that day the young singer-songwriter has never looked back. Realising she had a powerful knack of capturing her thought provoking emotions in her lyrics, Leddra continued to write when the mood took her until she had enough quality songs together to get herself into local venues to play them live.

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While most kids are concerning themselves with Twilight or the latest games console at the age of 12, Leddra Chapman picked up an acoustic guitar for the first time, sat down and began to write her first song. Since that day the young singer-songwriter has never looked back. Realising she had a powerful knack of capturing her thought provoking emotions in her lyrics, Leddra continued to write when the mood took her until she had enough quality songs together to get herself into local venues to play them live.

With a quintessentially English voice which is both pure and unique, it wasn’t long before she was being asked to play venues all over the country. At the same time Leddra spent as much time as possible teaching herself piano and keyboards as well as learning to produce demo’s of her songs in a small home-studio her dad built in the family garage. Those early home demo’s became the songs that started to create more and more interest from talent scouts in the music industry and as soon as people started to hear about the buzz surrounding this Essex school-girl she was invited to play Britain’s premier new music showcase – Manchester’s In The City Music Conference. Leddra played a quite beautiful thirty minute set to a packed out crowd at the Warchild Acoustic Showcase and was subsequently chosen as a Best of ITC in Music Week magazine who described her as ‘filling a similar space to early Alanis Morissette and Joni Mitchell’. « hide


LPs
Telling Tales
2009

3.3
1 Votes
EPs
The Crowds and Cocktails
02/18/2013

2.5
1 Votes
A Trick Or Two
2011

3.5
1 Votes

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