Shèna Winchester

Shèna Winchester

Shèna Winchester against a purple backdrop.Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music, Shèna Winchester has had an incredibly successful career in music, theatre, pop, TV, and even the movie business. Starting professional life as a backing vocalist, her list of credits is extensive: Lisa Stansfield, Luther Vandross, Chaka Chan, Heather Small, Michael Ball, Mariah Carey, Girls Aloud, Sugababes, James Brown, Jimmy Nail, Ronan Keating, Lemar, Simple Minds, Belinda Carlisle, Patti La Belle, Joss Stone, and she was also the resident vocalist to Charlotte Church on her TV shows and tours.


Shèna also has her own recording career, described as a “Legendary Dance Vocalist” by Radio 1’s Scott Mills, and the UK’s “Favourite Dance Diva” by Heat Magazine.  Shèna is instantly recognisable as the voice of some of the biggest club hits of the past two decades including ‘Take Me To The Clouds Above’ – (Micha Moor), ‘Hold On’ – (Freemasons), ‘Dare Me’ – (Junior Jack), ‘Watch Out’ – (Alex Gaudino), ‘Guilty’ – (De Souza), ‘Nothing I Won’t Do’ – (JX), ‘Nothing Better’ – (Erick Morillo), and several other UK Chart hots.


However, it was Michael Grey’s ‘The Weekend’ that drove Shèna’s international success after reaching Number 7 in the UK National Chart and becoming a worldwide hit. Shèna has over 150 commercial releases to her credit. To date, the track has racked up over 13 million plays on Spotify alone, and its YouTube counterpart over 7 million views.


Shèna has an impressive pedigree as a solo artist, recording and co-writing three albums that include the radio hits ‘Cant Stop The Rain’, ‘Nasty Little Rumour’, as well as ‘Electrosexual’ which was featured alongside Daniel Craig in the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’. Shèna Is also the songwriter behind ‘One In A Million’ the Radio One playlist hit by Drumsound and Bassline Smith featuring Fleur.


As an actress Shèna was chosen from 6500 applicants to star as Whitney Houston in the Channel 5 documentary ‘Autopsy: Whitney Houston’s Last Hours’.  They were so impressed with her performance that they asked Shèna to portray the legend again without having to audition.  The biopic entitled ‘Whitney: The Diva & Her Demons’ was aired in September 2015.

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