Thursday Nite Live feat Liron, Jan. 9 2014 @ Choices – Baricho Road

January 6, 2014 at 11:18 am Leave a comment

TNL@C Liron
Date: January 9, 2014
Venue: Choices, Baricho Road
Time: 8-11 pm
Entry: Free

Liron is a soul and jazz singer/songwriter. An artist, by birth and choice, who thrives on her ability to create. She brings out her love for colours, words and sound in all her work. Painter, poet and interior designer, she finds inspiration in life…the things she sees, hears and feels.

She began writing songs when she was 8 years old and like most singers she too performed at her local church. She names Aretha Franklin, Joss stone and Sam Cooke as singers who have influenced her style of music.

For her debut album, Liron teamed up with Michel Ongaro, a multi-instrumentalist and well renowned musician to be the executive music producer for the album, titled,’ Prodigal’s Diary’. He brought his vast musical experience to the project and
was able to capture the vision that Liron had for the 12 track project. With his vast skills in music and Liron’s adventurous spirit, the result is an album that has dared to experiment with fusions of different styles while maintaining a mature appeal and soul in the music.

The already released singles from this album have received positive feedback from music makers and lovers with her 2nd single “Lets Play Pretend” going further and being used as a soundtrack for a short film and inspiring the title of the film.


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