Shèna

Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music, Shèna has had an incredibly successful career in musical theatre, pop and even the movie business.

Starting professional life as a backing vocalist, her list of credits is extensive:

Lisa Stansfield, Luther Vandross, Errol Brown, Angie Stone, Chaka Khan, Heather Small, Mica Paris, Kelly Le Roc, Michael Ball, Mariah Carey, Taka Boom, Denise Williams, Andy Cole, Arsenal FC, Girls Aloud, Sugarbabes, Roxalla, Rachel McFarlane, Inner City, Cliff Richard, Angie Stone, Martine McCutcheon, James Brown, Jimmy Nail, Rohan Keating, Lemar, Bonny Langford, Joey Negro, Simple Minds, Belinda Carlisle, Babylon Zoo, Tina from S Club, The King, Maria Friedman, Lesley Garrett, Danni Minogue, Russell Watson, Tony Henry, Connor Reeves, Lulu, Nadia Almada, Patti La Belle, Joss Stone and she was also the resident backing vocalist to Charlotte Church on her shows and tours.

Shèna
“The UK’s Favourite Club Diva” Heat

Shèna has starred in the hit musical Carmen Jones touring Japan, she has understudied the lead in the musical Mama, I Want To Sing, starred as the lead in the show, What a Feeling, performed BVs for the show It’s a Kinda Magic In Iceland, and performed as one of the soul girls in a touring version of Jesus Christ Superstar and has also appeared on numerous occasions as Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors.

Shèna has also appeared on and in many TV programmes and music venues including:

TOTP, The Lick, The Pepsi Chart Show, Parkinson, CDUK, London TV, Pop Idol, The Chart Show, Heaven & Earth, Popworld, The Jerry Springer Show, This Is My Moment, The Box, MTV, Wembley Arena, Fabric Nightclub, Birmingham NEC & Birmingham International and many major nightclubs in the UK, Europe and Russia, where she is something of a star with over 750,000 radio plays of her hits being recorded.

“Genius. The closest approximation of the magic created by Chic in the late ‘70s” The Guardian
BBC Radio 1 - The Guardian - The Sunday Times
The Times - The Daily Mirror - BBC Radio 2 - Heat
The Daily Telegraph - OK Magazine - Capital FM