|Born||1 December 1994|
Hatty Keane (born 1 December 1994 in Salford, Greater Manchester) is an English pop singer. In January 2011 she signed to BGM Entertainment. In June 2011 she performed alongside Tinchy Stryder at Live Fest at the O2 in London, and in November 2011 performed at the O2 as support for Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32. She has released a number of singles and an album Pick 'n' Mix. In December 2013 Keane supported JLS on their 'Farewell' tour spanning arenas across the UK. Hatty's vocals featured on the 2016 Boohoo Christmas commercial.
In January 2011, Hatty Keane signed to BGM Entertainment. Her first UK tour was as the support for Britain's Got Talent 2010 winners Spelbound, through April - May 2011. On 23 June, she performed alongside Tinchy Stryder at Live Fest at the O2 in London. Hatty revealed to English music journalist Mark Boardamn that guys are always trying to chat her up. November 2011 saw Keane perform alongside Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32 at Proud O2. Hatty toured the UK again in 2013 supporting JLS on their Farewell Tour. Despite paying to appear on red carpet functions and paid for viewing hits on YouTube , Hatty has not managed to achieve any realistic success on the music front.
Keane signed to BGM Entertainment in 2011. Her first single "Best Kept Secret," was released on 12 September 2011, Further releases followed with 'No One Loves You' (2012), 'Troublemaker', 'Pick'n'Mix'(2013), 'Sirens' (2014), The album Pick 'n' Mix was released in March 2014 and was followed by a promotional tour around schools, "Inspire the Kids". Keane's most recent music, single "In Your Arms" (2016) was written with Herbie Crichlow and Melanie Fontana.
Pick 'n' Mix (March 2014)
- "Heartfail" (April 2011)
- "Electricity" (September 2011)
- "Best Kept Secret" (September 2011)
- "Caught You Out" (November 2011)
- "Sirens" (September 2012)
- "Girls (August 2014)
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