Beth Sherburn (born 11th January 1991) is a British Singer and Songwriter. She first rose to prominence with her cover of Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World”, in 2012, which charted at No. 8 on the UK Club Charts.
Sherburn wrote her debut single, “Joker”, with producer John McClaughlin, and the track featured a rap from Lil Wayne. A long-term collaborator of Sherburn’s is Chris Eaton, who has worked with her since she was twelve, and who produced and co-wrote Christmas charity single “Snow Angels” with her. Sherburn’s second single from her EP, “YOLO”, was co-written and produced by Ciaron Bell, and was later remixed by the Wideboys.
Of her upcoming EP, Sherburn says: “My sound has definitely matured … I like to be really descriptive when writing. I have pushed myself and this is because I have been experimenting more in the studio. I have been more involved in the production side of my music and I have loved it!”
Beth Marie Sherburn was born in Wordsley to English parents, Graeme and Sarah, on 11th January 1991. She has her three dogs Bleu, Bailey and Luna.
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