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Lianne La Havas, new member, ASCAP
Born and raised in South London, Lianne La Havas started singing at the age of seven. Her father taught her to play guitar and piano, and her mother exposed her to soul singers like Jill Scott and Mary J. Blige, inspiring her to write her first song. When she was 18, La Havas was still writing songs and singing when a friend introduced her to Paloma Faith, who was looking for a backing singer.
It was not long before La Havas was signed to Warner Bros. Records and began to develop and hone the sound we hear today. She made her television debut on BBC Two's Later with Jools Holland, which was followed by an announcement that La Havas would be the supporting act for Bon Iver's December 2011 North American tour. Her official debut single, "Lost & Found," was released in the UK in April and her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, was released in July in the UK to rave reviews.