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|Born||22 November 1982|
|Origin||Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia|
|Occupation(s)||Presenter, Writer, Blogger|
|Associated acts||Lez Zeppelin (2005-2009)|
She moved to New York City at age 17 and made her Broadway debut in the musical "42nd Street" at age 20. She then moved to Las Vegas to perform in the original US company of the Queen and Ben Elton hit musical " We Will Rock You" where she played a Teen Queen and understudied and performed the role of Killer Queen.
From October 2005 to January 2009, Sarah performed as the lead singer of the critically acclaimed all female rock tribute Lez Zeppelin. The band toured all over the US, Europe, and Japan and performed for crowds of up to 40,000 at major festivals including headlining the opening night of Tennessee's Bonnaroo Music Festival in 2008. With McLellan as lead singer, the band also recorded and released their debut album in July 2007. The album was recorded with producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, best known for his work with Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and KISS; and was mastered by George Marino, who digitally remastered all of the original Led Zeppelin recordings with Jimmy Page. The album, released on Emanation Records, is available in the US in stores and online. In Japan the album was released by Avex and charted in the top 100. In 2010, Sarah started working as a freelance television and web host / presenter. She filmed a TV Travel Show Pilot in Istanbul in September 2010 with Azertion Productions and has also filmed for Pixels and Pills as a conference host. She writes her own food blog "The Aussie Who Ate the Big Apple" and is filming video content for a TV Show Pilot of the same name.
Sarah McLellan is represented by Avalon Artists Group in LA and NYC.
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