Andrea Britton

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Andrea Britton is a British singer-songwriter and a soulful trance vocalist and runs her own online and brand marketing consultancy.[1]

Biography[edit]

Andrea Britton runs her own online marketing and social media consultancy, where she writes a weekly blog that has attracted over 11,000 people in 2 years.

She spent over 15 years in the music industry releasing tracks globally. Britton's single "Am I on Your Mind?", recorded with Oxygen, made it to #30 on the UK Singles Chart in late 2002. In 2005, she had another hit single, "Winter", with DT8 Project, which made #35. Her other notable songs include the singles "Time Still Drifts Away" and "Inner Sense" with The Disco Brothers, "Wait for You" with Lost Witness, "Take My Hand" with Jurgen Vries (which peaked at #23) and "Counting Down The Days" with Sunfreakz in 2007 (peaked at #37 on the UK chart). She has appeared with 4 Strings and on numerous compilation albums worldwide, and continues to feature on many dance tracks around the world.

She fronted the Lord Large Experiment with the keyboard player and composer Stephen Large. Their debut album, The Lord's First Eleven was released on Acid Jazz. She also shared the stage with Dave Randall on his project Slovo. They toured with Lamb, Moloko and Damien Rice. Britton supported Kylie Minogue on her 'Fever' tour, and continues to appear live around the world, more recently supporting Kelly Rowland. Britton also writes for other artists.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Andrea Britton live on ‘Bla Agenda’". Malta Independent Online. 11 January 2008. Retrieved 31 July 2011. 

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