Shellyann is a singer/songwriter from Swansea, South Wales. Shellyann is known as an experienced, compelling and show stopping performer. The “big voice from a small village in the Rhonnda Valleys” recently brought the house down with her mesmerising performances on the BBC’s hit Saturday night TV programme All Together Now.

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In a show that sees performers sing in an attempt to get 100 judges from the music & entertainment industry on their feet to win, Shellyann’s three show stopping performances captivated the nation and recorded the highest scores of the competitions history with 98/100, 99/100 and in the final, 100 out of 100, where she was crowned the 2019 All Together Now champion.

With a voice described as “incredible & magical” by head judge, Spice Girls legend Geri Halliwell, the Welsh singer songwriter who has previously toured across the country as a support act to the stars took her opportunity to own centre stage and take home the huge competition prize.

Her live experience includes a mini tour with Alive Nation in 2019. The tour was a success and the performances were said to be a fresh look on country / pop.

At her core, Shellyann is a songwriter and has always strived to push herself as an artist and get her original music heard. She is a determined, hardworking soul with huge potential to succeed. As a writer, she has also worked on many sessions with other artists in the studio as well as co-written songs for many other artists, with recent demos being used by Welsh legend Bonnie Tyler.

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