Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Introducing Erin Louise: Singer/Songwriter from Birmingham

Singer Erin Louise from Birmingham. Photos by Yasmin Qureshi Photography

Having a clear vision of our future career is something a lot of us can struggle with when at school, so maybe that's why I admire Erin Louise so much, who at the age of twelve is pursuing a singing and songwriting career. 


The first time I met Erin Louise was for a photo shoot in Birmingham. I was left blown away by her confidence during the shoot, which probably comes from the fact that she's been singing and dancing from a young age.

Singer Erin Louise from Birmingham. Photos by Yasmin Qureshi Photography

It was only last November when Erin discovered that she could sing so well during her cover of Adele's "Hello" at the Courageous Kids Awards by Tappy Twins. On this day she got up on stage in front of a huge crowd of people and sang for the first time to an audience so big. Watching the video back myself on her website, it's amazing to hear the clarity and confidence with which she sang that day. Since then, Erin has recorded and written her own songs, one of them being "Do It", a song all about chasing your dreams and not letting anyone get in the way of them - something many of us can very much relate to! 

Singer Erin Louise from Birmingham. Photos by Yasmin Qureshi Photography

So what's next for Erin Louise? She's got plenty of events coming up, some of which include the Escape Charity Launch, Courageous Kids Awards, and also the Tappy Twins Fundraiser Event coming up on the 21st of August in Birmingham. She also wants to continue to write original songs which will inspire people, and hopes to tour the UK and worldwide in the future too.

I'm sure that we're all going to hear a lot more of Erin Louise, and I think that she's got a promising musical career ahead of her. Make sure that you head over to Erin's website where you can listen to her songs and find out about any upcoming events.
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