14 Jun BGT & LIFFORD SHILLINGFORD…
Lifford Shillingford recently wowed audiences and the judges with his rendition of A Change Is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke.on Britain’s Got Talent, he then went on to reach the semi-final show and Lifford admitted that he was already pals with judge Alesha Dixon, confirming the two went on tour together when she was in Misteeq!
Lifford is a singer songwriter, and also teaches about singing and the music industry. At just 17 he had his first release, after he collaborated with MC Mushtaq on a track called ‘Take You Home’. Then in 2000, he sang on the Artful Dodger chart hit ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’, which reached No 4 in the charts. As a mentor, he has taught various young musicians, including the original line-up of the Sugababes.
Check out and enjoy the great vocal talent and range that Lifford brings to three recent releases in the Score catalogue:
SCORE/053 HOME / ESSENTIAL CLUB
EDM / VOCALS / POP
Essential club classics featuring vocals, instrumentals and light versions from chilled to feelgood, driving to uplifting.
SCORE/054 HOME / ESSENTIAL DANCE
EDM / VOCALS / POP
Essential dance classics featuring vocals, instrumentals and light versions, energetic, emotive, positive and uplifting.
SCORE/067 HOME / FESTIVAL ESSENTIALS
POP / DANCE / VOCAL
From the main stage to the dance tent and all venues in between. A collection of pop, indie, dance and folk-based tracks with vocal, instrumental and light versions. The music policy for Festival Essentials is a simple one – provide top quality music spanning the main stage to the dance tent and all venues in between. A collection of pop, indie, dance and folk-based tracks with the emphasis on vocal performance, exemplary playing and above all, great tunes. Once you have your tent, wipes, booze, boots and an umbrella, these tracks will complete the Festival Essentials survival kit.
Tracks are also available to purchase from these Score releases via popular download outlets: Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and Beatport……