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Elisha La'Verne - JPop.com
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Elisha La'Verne

Elisha La'Verne

Elisha La'Verne


Elisha La'Verne was an aspiring singer from a very young age and as she grew older she was constantly involved with music, be it studio work, shows or musicals. In her late teens she worked with a producer called Trevor Davy who introduced her to Maxi Priest's Dugout Productions. Maxi, his brother Martin Elliott and Tony Hearne (Personal Manager) helped Elisha to create her debut EP "Just Landed", Containing four original songs - the success of "Just Landed" EP prompted Dugout to move to the second single Read more on Last.fm
Elisha La'Verne was an aspiring singer from a very young age and as she grew older she was constantly involved with music, be it studio work, shows or musicals. In her late teens she worked with a producer called Trevor Davy who introduced her to Maxi Priest's Dugout Productions. Maxi, his brother Martin Elliott and Tony Hearne (Personal Manager) helped Elisha to create her debut EP "Just Landed", Containing four original songs - the success of "Just Landed" EP prompted Dugout to move to the second single, "I Like What You Do To Me", written by Alan Glass (Aretha Franklin and Deniece William's) and George McFarlen. This song was being sold in HMV Tokyo Japan and eventually got to the ears of Ken Sato head of A&R for international acts at Avex Inc.

Japan, Leading to Elisha signing a Major recording deal with Avex Inc Japan. Elisa is now co-fronting The Funk Federation band and is an asset to have on board. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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