This is Turner…Born and bred in Tamesides Audenshaw Turner was introuduced to the world with music cursung through her veins & even as a young girl was spoonfed delicious melodys from the greats such as Dusty Springfield, Scott Walker, Blondie, The Beach Boys to name but a few!
After moving up the road to Salford & a chance meeting with Guy Garvey at a recording studio Louise was asked to appear on the Mercury Prize-winning & platinum-selling album ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’ with Elbow from then on Turner made many Manchester Connections with even Peter Hook asking to jam sometime!
Salford-based Louise then teamed up with the successful "Art&Soul" band DC Fontana from 2012 to 2013, and enjoyed a busy action packed year gigging around the country Appearing at numerous venues including the 100 club London & Euro YeYe festival Spain and recievng fantastic reviews for the bands EP "Pentagram Man" which was produced by Julian Copes Guitarist Donald Ross Skinner & working closely with 60’s Legend Don Fardon.
She already enjoys a successful career as an in-demand session singer...& with a string of collabarations and guest appearances on tunes featuring Primal Screams Denise Johnson, Manc Poet and songwriter Edward Barton, Bluebird Kid Clark &The Electric Stars.
Indeed, her crystelise vocals and powerful lungs have appeared on numerous records but despite her prowess as a much sought-after studio singer this Salford Chanteuse decided to step out on her own with her Debut Mini Album “This is Turner”.
Turner has had an action packed year so far building her platform and becoming the first female solo artist to sign with respected indie label “Detour Records”.
The 6 track Album was produced by another respected Manchester face- Yves Altana ( The Chamelons/ I Am Kloot/ Mark Burgess) and showcases the many sides of Turner, all part of her vintage charm, one minute classic Dusty, the next epic Scott Walker style ballads & just for good measure a track that could easliy fit into the next Bond Film.
Ear Catching,eye catching and described as “One to watch” In John Robbs “Louder Than War” Turner invites you to sample her excellence in wistful melancholic joy.