Ellie Lawson

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Ellie Lawson is a British folk and pop singer-songwriter.[1][2] Born in South London, she has released 4 albums and 2 EPs independently, and co-written and recorded an Electronic Dance Album with Dutch Trance producers Ferry Corsten, Richard Durand, Spacerockerz and other well known DJ Producers.

Lawson has been an ambassador for the clothing brand Quiksilver since 2008 and toured Quiksilver stores in the UK and Ireland as part of her sponsorship deal. The singer who was previously signed with Atlantic Records in the USA with her debut album was championed by Ellen DeGeneres. Lawson has tracks produced by William Orbit and DJ Lethal, who signed her to his production company alongside lawyer/publishing head/manager David Mantel for her first album, The Philosophy Tree. She was previously managed for 2 years by Fashion GPS CEO Eddie Mullon and Kerri Savage.

She has her own record label called 'Create Your Own Reality' and previously sold 25,000 records with the US book retailer Barnes & Noble. Lawson's performances include opening for the BBC presenter Jimmy Doherty's festival where KT Tunstall and José González headlined, the Abbey Road Studios as part of the Brit Awards, Sundance film festival, Relentless Boardmasters festival and others.

Her most recent 5 track EP 'Insights' was produced by the outstanding producer and Communion records Co-founder Ian Grimble. (Mumford & sons, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Daughter) which features Harp, Double Bass and other live instrumentation and was featured on the UK iTunes home page.

Ellie Lawson released the song For You with Stoneface and Terminal written about her son, born in 2013. She has since released 10 songs all reaching the Beatport Trance Charts.

Discography[edit]

  • The Philosophy Tree, 2005[3] Physical copies still available at www.ellielawson.com
  • "Lost Songs", 2009 iTunes and www.ellielawson.com
  • "Lost Without You EP", 2011 iTunes and www.ellielawson.com
  • "Safe From Harm", 2010 4 Strings, (File, MP3, 320), Liquid Recordings,
  • "Wide Awake", 2011 Richard Durand, Magik Muzik,[4]
  • "Place in the Sun", 2011 Menno De Jong, Intuition Recordings,
  • Lost Without You EP, 2011 iTunes and www.ellielawson.com
  • "A Day Without Rain", 2012 Ferry Corsten, Flashover Recordings,[5]
  • Breaking Through, 2012 Stoneface & Terminal, Euphonic,
  • Insights EP' 2012 iTunes and www.ellielawson.com
  • Collected 2012 Trance/EDM album on iTunes and Beatport
  • Resonate 2013 album iTunes and www.ellielawson.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ellie Lawson Music, Lyrics, Songs, and Videos". Reverbnation.com. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
  2. ^ "Ellie Lawson | MTV UK". Mtv.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2012-10-21. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
  3. ^ Loftus, Johnny. "The Philosophy Tree [Barnes & Noble Exclusive] - Ellie Lawson : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
  4. ^ "Ellie Lawson Discography at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
  5. ^ "Ferry Corsten: Official Webshop". Dobuymail.com. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 

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