Surianne

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Surianne Dalmedo
Surianne photos by Jonothan Manasco.JPG
Surianne live at Hotel Verta.
Background information
Birth name Surianne
Born 29.03.1979
Gibraltar
Origin British
Genres Latin, rock, flamenco, acoustic
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, acoustic guitar
Associated acts Breed 77, Jesse Medeles, Shakira, Terry Shaughnessy
Website www.surianne.com

Surianne Dalmedo, known as Surianne, is a Gibraltarian international singer and songwriter of acoustic Latin/Rock/Flamenco music. Described as "la niña del sur" (Spanish: girl of the South) her music style is derived from a blend of various cultures; Gibraltarian, Spanish, British and North African, inspired by Mediterranean grooves, strongly influenced by the fusion of acoustic guitar sounds and driving percussive rhythms. On the 8th March 2017, Surianne was honoured as being one of seven most successful women of Gibraltar in celebration to International Women's Day.

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Career[edit]

Her single ‘Stronger Than Before’ entered the iTunes UK Top 100 Latino songs at #56 25 January 2011. She continued her work as an Ambassador for London-based charity Hestia Housing & Support, organising music workshops and events and promoting Hestia’s Domestic Violence services. In 2016 she released an experimental new single 'Hold On' produced by Mikki Nilsen and music video produced by Paul Isola from Gibraltar rock band Breed77. In 2010, Surianne formed part of a Reggaeton project and worked with British music producer/composer Jay Singh (Known for his hit single 'Dare La La La' which he cowrote and produced for Shakira's 10th studio Album, going top 10 in most countries worldwide) J2 Producer, co writing track called 'Amor'. In 2016, Latino artist Jesse Medeles releases 'Amor' as his second single after reaching #1 on the Top 20 National Latin Dance Charts across the U.S. with his first single 'Sucia'.

Surianne has performed alongside artists such as Nate James, John Adeleye, David Jordan, Suzanne Vega, Steve Balsamo, Anthony Joseph & The Spasm Band, Breed77, Spencer Kennedy, Natalie McCool, Gak Jonze amongst others.

In April 2017, Surianne co - wrote with producer Terry Shaughnessy, ‘We are as One’, a song that celebrates unity in diversity and became the official anthem for the second annual United Nationalities Marbella Summit organised by Marbella NOW TV, that took place on April 25, 2017, in Marbella.[3][4]

Surianne & Band Live at Jalouse.

Personal life[edit]

Surianne is romantically related with the lead singer of Gibraltarian rock band Breed77, Paul Isola. They have been together since 2000.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Surianne". www.surianne.com. Surianne. Retrieved 25 October 2016. 
  2. ^ Staf Reporter, Staff Reporter (2017-03-08). "Gibraltar Olive press". www.gibraltarolivepress.com. Gibraltar Olive Press. Archived from the original on 2017-03-08. Retrieved 2017-03-08. 
  3. ^ Joe, Duggan (2017-04-28). "Surianne Dalmedo song chosen as anthem for United Nationalities Marbella Summit". www.theolivepress.es. Archived from the original on 2017-04-08. Retrieved 2017-04-08. 
  4. ^ Marbella NOW TV, Marbella NOW TV (2017-04-21). "OFFICIAL ANTHEM FOR UNMS2017 – WE ARE AS ONE". www.rtvmarbellanow.com. Archived from the original on 2017-04-21. Retrieved 2017-04-21. 

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