Author: Luc Floreani

Luc Floreani international singer songwriter was born in Alice Springs, Central Australia. Luc has performed all over the world in venues from Royal Festival Hall to Glastonbury Festival and on the famous West End. He has worked with such luminaries as Amy Winehouse, Corrine Bailey Rae, numerous X Factor contestants, Jack Bruce, Marcella Detroit, Tony Hatch, Barry Mason, Kasabian, Darren Hayes, and Starsailor to name a few He wrote and sung the theme tune for
-Channel 7 television current affairs program "Today Tonight" in Australia,
-The Prince's Trust campaign song,
-Euro Gay Pride theme song 2011
-Chrysalis Foundation 
-The title track to the film "Darkness" and Hedda Gabler. In 2007 Luc reached no. 17 in the charts with his single "Taboo" featuring Angie Brown. Luc has written most genres of music from Metal through to Jazz, Pop, Country and Classical He has also published a book "Written on Paper" He has just finished recording his second album. Luc is the current host for OK Magazine Music Sessions online. “Live with Luc Floreani"

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