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Bronwyn Leonard raised in Oxfordshire to punk-driven music loving parents. As a teenage after wanting to be a professional ballerina, Bronwyn’s friends encouraged her to focus more on music and ever since hasn’t looked back. Now based in Bristol with a repertoire of quirky pop songs. Discovering soul and jazz, Bronwyn found her voice through jazzy thrills. Mournful raw moments of honest lyric writing bares a soulful vulnerability in her vocals.
Her main influences; Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Buckley and Ella Fitzgerald inspire Bronwyn to write fiercely emotional, heartfelt melodies.
Performing Upstairs at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Glastonbury Festival 2018 and 2019, The Royal Albert Hall with the BBC Singers, Bristol Sofar Sounds and hosting her own nights at venues around Bristol such as The Arts House, Mr Wolfs and a headline show at The Louisiana. Bronwyn is recording her first EP and releasing her favourite covers on Youtube.