Tara Lee is a singer/songwriter/producer and actress from Dublin. Citing influences ranging from Blondie to Massive Attack to heartfelt songwriters like Tori Amos to Diane Warren, Tara has the unique ability to write raw emotional and connecting ballads to contemporary edgy pop songs.
She recently signed a worldwide publishing deal with BMG after first coming to attention of Thomas Scherer and his team at BMG in LA when she was the special guest performer at the ‘International Music Industry Awards’ / presentation to esteemed songwriter Diane Warren.
Tara has just released her debut single ‘Paradise’ taken from the Paradise EP (co-produced by Jonas Quant (No Doubt/Hurts/Kylie) and has recently performed a storming set at Dublin’s Prestigious Forbidden Fruit Music Festival.
She was asked to compose the theme tune ('If I burn, you burn too') for the hit International TV series ‘Jack Taylor’ and also featured in the new series of 'The Fall', the BBC drama where she starred alongside Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan and also played starring roles in two critically acclaimed movies over the past year - 'A Date for Mad Mary' (which won an IFTA award for Best Picture) and ‘Moon Dogs’ which has just won a slew of International Awards.
Tara is an exceptionally talented songwriter and has written with the following in recent months: Blair MacKichan (Paloma Faith / SIA / Lily Allen), Justin Broad (Raleigh Ritchie / Jessie J/ Izzy Bizu), Matty Benbrook (Paulo Nutini / Dido).
Sunday 6th August @ 17:30 - 18:00
Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common North Side, London SW4 0QW