Shellyann Winner Of BBC One All Together Now Announces Concerts And New Music

Shellyann is a Welsh singer/songwriter who came to national prominence when she won the 2019 season of BBC One’s hit talent show, ‘All Together Now’. She has announced three headline concerts to take place in Wales and England, this July.

Following her win, in which she mesmerised the audience, and moved a full house of 100 judges to stand up during her performance of Sia’s ‘I’m Alive’, Shellyann was crowned winner of the show and its £50,000 prize.

Shellyann has been in great demand since her win, and is currently working on original material in the studio, set for release later this year. In the meantime, she has released an acoustic set on Spotify.

Throughout the series of ‘All Together Now’, Shellyann achieved no less than 98/100 judges standing for her performances (the first in the TV shows history). Her voice was described as ‘incredible & magical’ by head judge and Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, followed by support from Welsh actor Michael Sheen congratulating her on the big win, labelling it ‘fantastic’.

Shellyann will be performing at 3 dates in July, with tickets priced at £15, going on general sale tomorrow, Wednesday May 8, at 10 am, via LiveNation.

You can see Shellyann:

Wednesday 3rd July – Bush Hall, London
Friday 5th July – Pontardawe Arts Centre, Swansea
Sunday 7th July – The Globe, Cardiff

Speaking of the concerts, Shellyann said:

“I’ve always wanted to be the headline act and this is finally happening. It’s what I’ve always dreamed of and I can’t wait to put on an amazing live show. I’ve been given a chance to do this by a great team and I can’t wait, thanks to them I’m getting my original music heard. There is no other feeling like what’s happening right now.”

Find Shellyann online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and her official website. Stream her acoustic series here.

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