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Lily C

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“You see things; and you say, 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say, 'Why not?'” - George Bernard Shaw

Influences:

Jewel, Nelly Furtado, Natasha Beddingfield

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Songs by Lily C

Take Me Home

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Region:

Toronto, ON

Level of Experience:

ON MY WAY

Genre:

Folk | Jazz | Rock

I Write:

For myself | With others | For others

I prefer to write:

Lyrics | Melody

Albums Released:

Perfect Moment (2005) -bilingual album released in Taiwan

Song Placements:

Palmolive campaign in Taiwan.

I am interested in:

Web Cowriting | Getting a Publishing Deal

Biography:

Lily C’s music brings a gust of fresh air wherever she goes. Her music is an exploration of the ideal world everyone dreams of living in - where the pace is slowed down and people have the time to sit for coffee. Indeed listening to Lily C’s lyrics is very much like sitting down for coffee with a very good friend - who wants to encourage you.

Inspired by singer/songwriters such as Jewel and Natasha Beddingfield, Lily C’s voice possesses a genuine intimacy that immediately connects to people. She also has an easy charm that makes any venue seem like a livingroom full of friends.

Lily C’s musical journey began when she moved to Taiwan for several years in search of her roots. While living in the Republic of China, she not only established her Mandarin speaking abilities, she also began songwriting in both Mandarin and English. Eventually she garnered a fan club of over 1000 members who joined her not only in the appreciation of music, but also doing volunteer work across the country. Lily C has the ability to inspire.

In 2005 Lily C independently released her debut album, “Perfect Moment.” Intentionally choosing an album cover that wasn’t airbrushed, but a true representation of a real moment in her life. The album garnered critical acclaim, national radio airplay, as well as selling over 2000 units. She had the opportunity to tour the country bringing her inspiring music to clubs, bookstores, and schools. She even did a prison tour in partnership with a charitable organization that protects the rights of inmates and their families.

She is currently working on her sophmore album which she hopes to release bilingually as well as in both North American and Asian markets. Spending time with her mother who lives courageously with a terminal illness has given her much food for thought, and she hopes that her journey through these difficult times will be channeled into her new creations.

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