Shèna

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Shèna (born Tracey Elizabeth McSween, 1977, Reading, Berkshire, England) pronounced Shen-na rather than Shee-na is an English disco and nu-disco vocalist, who began her musical career when she graduated with honours from the Royal Academy of Music (studying with Joy Mammen), with a Classical, Musical Theatre and Commercial Music Performer's Diploma and Teacher's Certificate.

Career[edit]

Shèna first performed in musicals Mamma I Want to Sing, Hot Stuff, Carmen Jones and concert tours throughout the world. She has also re-recorded vocals for other female pop singers. As a dance music and disco vocalist (for which she is most well known), she has had a string of hits with other artists as well as hits of her own.

She is now known as Shèna Winchester, after marrying James David Winchester.[1]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • B.I.T.C.H. (2003)
  • One Man Woman (2009)
  • 2079 (2010)
  • My Brave Face (2011)

Singles[edit]

  • 1995 "You Belong to Me" (with JX)
  • 1996 "There's Nothing I Won't Do" (with JX) [2]
  • 1996 "More Than Woman"
  • 1997 "Close To Your Heart" (with JX)
  • 1997 "Let The Beat Hit 'Em" - UK #28[3]
  • 1998 "Hot Stuff" (with Arsenal FC & Friends)
  • 2000 "Dynamite (Dancehall Queen)" (with Dinamyte)
  • 2001 "I Can Cast A Spell" (under the alias 'Cloudburst' with Disco-Tex)
  • 2001 "I'll Be Waiting" (with Full Intention) - UK #44[3]
  • 2002 "Comin' At Ya" (with Soul Avengerz)
  • 2003 "Wilderness" (with Jurgen Vries) - UK #20[3]
  • 2003 "Turn My World" (with Skyy)
  • 2004 "No More" (with Bhooka and T-Bone)
  • 2004 "Dirty Little Dream" (with Per Qx)
  • 2004 "The Weekend" (with Michael Gray)
  • 2005 "Your Day Is Coming" (with Full Intention)
  • 2005 "1000 Years (Just Leave Me Now)" (with Jupiter Ace)
  • 2005 "Rock Me Dirty"
  • 2006 "Friday Night" (with Sex Machine)
  • 2006 "Do It Again" (with Disco Freaks)
  • 2007 "Dare Me (Stupidisco)" (with Junior Jack)
  • 2007 "The Real Thing" (with Cloudskippers)
  • 2007 "Guilty" (with De Souza)
  • 2007 "Altered State of Mind" (with Mr Groove and Vergas)
  • 2007 "Still In Love" (with Notus)
  • 2007 "I've Found The Love" (with Weekend Masters)
  • 2007 "Let Your Mind Go" (with Starchaser)
  • 2007 "Fallin'" (with Dirty High)
  • 2007 "The Power Of One" (with DT8 Project)
  • 2007 "Lifting" (with Warren Clarke)
  • 2007 "Electrosexual"
  • 2008 "Watch Out" (with Alex Gaudino)
  • 2008 "Fantasy" (with Solitaire)
  • 2008 "Bitch is Back" (with Warren Clarke and Jonni Black)
  • 2008 "Why Did Ya" (with The BeatThiefs)
  • 2008 "One Man Woman"
  • 2008 "Got To Be Real" (with Groovesplitters)
  • 2009 "You Got To" (with The Beatthiefs)
  • 2009 "From Dusk Til Dawn" (with Ilan Tenenbaum)
  • 2009 "Release the Future" (with Ilan Tenenbaum)
  • 2009 "The One" (with Joyriders)
  • 2009 "Touch Me" (with Simioli & Viani)
  • 2009 "Can't Stop The Rain"
  • 2009 "Take Me Higher" (with Jonni Black)
  • 2009 "The Music" (with Jay C)
  • 2009 "Won't Bring Me Down" (with Olav Basoski & Alex Van Alff)
  • 2009 "Hold On" (with Mr DYF)
  • 2009 "My Fantasy"
  • 2009 "Nasty Little Rumour"
  • 2010 "Nothing Better" (with Eddie Thoneick)
  • 2010 "Mysterious" (with Knee Deep)
  • 2010 "Look Don't Touch"
  • 2010 "How Come You're Dancing?"
  • 2010 "Everybody" (with Victor Palmez)
  • 2010 "Don't Stop Me Now" (with Ilan Tenenbaum and Bimbo Jones)
  • 2010 "Let The Beat Hit 'Em 2010 (with Soul Kandi Allstars)
  • 2010 "Time Of Our Lives" (with Deniz Koyu)
  • 2011 "Take Me to The Stars" (with Nari & Milani and Christian Marchi)
  • 2011 "Uplifted" (with Dave Bernardi)
  • 2011 "Aphrodisiac" (with Ivan Roudyk)
  • 2011 "My Brave Face"
  • 2011 "I'll Be Waiting 2011" (with Full intention)
  • 2011 "There's Nothing I Won't Do" (with Cyber club)
  • 2011 "Higher Than The Clouds" (with Jose de Mara)
  • 2011 "Homewrecka" (with Stereobrain and Sheriff)
  • 2011 "Electro Sexual"
  • 2011 "Alright" (with Andrew Bennett)
  • 2011 "Le Freak" (with DBN and Tom Shark)
  • 2011 "When Love Breaks Down" (with Darryl Green)
  • 2011 "Face Control" (with DJ Shevtsov)
  • 2011 "High" (with Alex Hide)
  • 2012 "4ever" (with Francesco Sparacello)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs.com
  2. ^ JX - There's Nothing I Won't Do. YouTube. Retrieved on 2012-04-25.
  3. ^ a b c Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 495/496. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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