1975 (age 42)
Upminster, Havering, London, England, United Kingdom
Kelly Llorenna is a female dance singer who was born in Upminster, Greater London, England in 1975 and raised in Oldham, Lancashire.
Llorenna started her music career in 1993 as a member of the dance act N-Trance, lending her vocals to "Set You Free" which originally was not a success. Following several re-releases, the song stormed the UK charts in January 1995.
That same year Llorenna launched her solo career with the song "Brighter Day" which was just shy of reaching the UK top 40. In 1997, she returned to N-Trance for their cover version of the Rod Stewart hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" which stormed the UK top 10. She would continue to sing on their hits which included a covers of the Guns N' Roses hit "Paradise City" and the Jackson 5 hit "Shake Ya Body".
In 2001, she appeared on Flip N Fill's "True Love Never Dies" which when re-released in 2002, became a top 10 hit. In 2002, she released a solo album, called All Clubbed Up, which featured her most well-known work including a cover version of Taylor Dayne's "Tell It To My Heart", which went top 10 in October 2002, as well as a new version of "Heart of Gold", a song she originally recorded with Force & Styles back in 1998
In 2004, Llorenna reached the UK top 15 with a cover version of Donna Summer's hit "This Time I Know It's For Real". Her new single "Nobody like You" is due for release in October 2006.
Between 2004 and 2006 Llorenna made guest appearances on EMAP's Big City Network and 97.6 Chiltern FM.
Llorenna is also left-handed as you can see her writing her signature in the N-Trance video "Set You Free".
More recently Llorenna has continued her solo work with All Around The World records, releasing I will Love Again, Dress You Up and Keep Love Together to coincide with the release of Clublands 10, 15 and 12 respectively. She is now a respected name within the world of Club music
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