Luan Parle

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Your Love Still Guides My Way (feat. Luan Parle)
The Little Match Girl

Luan Parle is an Irish Singer/Songwriter / Producer. 'First Impressions' was Luan Parle’s début album release after signing to Anim Records at the age of 12 following an appearance on The Late Late Toy Show. In 2002 Luan signed to Sony Music Ireland. Her first single release was a Diane Warren penned cover titled 'When I See You Smile' followed by a self penned single 'More Than A Ghost'. Parle later went onto re-record the song changing the title to 'Ghost'. The song went on to become one of her most successful singles spending 12 weeks in the Irish Charts, peaking at no 10. Luan recorded 'Ghost' in her native language titled 'Taibhse' for a charity album which reached number 1 in the compilation Irish Album Charts. She has worked with some of the most successful songwriters & producers in the UK & US including Billy Steinberg, Chris kimsey, Stephen Lironi, & Bill Bottrell. She joined James Blunt on his UK & Irish tour & opened for Elton John at The Hammersmith Appolo. Luan recorded an album with Grammy winning producer Bill Bottrell in Mendocino California. To date the album has yet to be released. She holds the Meteor Award Title for 'Best Irish Female' with other accolades including; 'Tatler Women Of The Year Award' & 'Big Buzz Award Most Stylish Female'. She was acclaimed as the best Irish female singer in February 2007, at the Meteor Music Awards. In 2010 Luan released 'The Full Circle' to critical acclaim. One of the tracks from the album 'Sexy Sita' featured on 'A Womens Heart Then & Now'. In 2012 'The Little Match Girl' a self penned number featured on RTE’s album release 'A Murray Christmas'. In 2013 'My Hero' a song written with Luan during one of her songwriting workshops with a group of Transition Year School Girls was released. The song went on to top the iTunes charts and reached no 7 in the Official Irish Charts. She is currently putting the final touches to her latest ep with release & tour dates being announced shortly. Parle is one of the directors of 'IASCA', Irish Association of Songwriters, Composers & Authors.