Caroline Lavelle

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Caroline Lavelle

British singer-songwriter and cellist who has created three solo albums and contributed vocals, music, and production help to many other artists and bands add

Category: Music

Born in 1969.

Countries: United States (33%), United Kingdom (25%), France (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: William Orbit, Lori Carson, Madonna

Linked to: Massive Attack, Royal College of Music, The Pogues, Muse

 

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Caroline Lavelle was born in 1969 add something


1992

In 1992, she contributed vocals and cello to the track "Home of the Whale" on the Massive Attack EP "Hymn of the Big Wheel" add something


1995

Also in 1995, she began recording with Canadian world music artist Loreena McKennitt, recording and touring as part of Loreena's band to this day add something

 

Producer William Orbit liked it, contacted her, and eventually produced, and mixed, her debut solo album, "Spirit", in 1995 add something


1999

A December 1999 article in the UK's Sunday Times reported that it was this album which drew Madonna's attention and initiated the successful collaboration of William Orbit and Madonna add something


2000

Her "Home Of The Whale" track was featured in the 2000 Ewan McGregor / Ashley Judd film, "Eye Of The Beholder", and she contributed her song "Anxiety" to the soundtrack of the 2001 John Dahl movie "Roadkill" add something


2003

Hector Zazou - "Strong Currents" was released in 2003 and featured an all-female vocal cast which included Laurie Anderson, Melanie Gabriel, Lori Carson, Lisa Germano, Irene Grandi, Jane Birkin, and Caroline Lavelle


2013

In early 2013, Lavelle began work on a new collaborative project with singer/songwriter Andrew Bate add something


2016

In 2016, she released an album "Secret Sky" as one of a trio by the same name add something