Beth Sherburn is a British Singer and Songwriter. She first rose to prominence with her cover of Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World”, in 2012, which charted at No. 8 on the UK Club Charts.
Beth Sherburn has supported The Saturdays in their UK Greatest Hits Tour and Go West at The Robin 2. Beth was also invited to support girl group Neon Jungle on tour, but the tour was cancelled when the group split up.
In early 2018 Beth Sherburn will be appearing alongside Strictly's Kristina Rihanoff and Robin Windsor in Dance To The Music UK Tour.
Beth Sherburn received ABRSM Grades 7 and 5 in singing and piano. She was eleven when she entered her first singing competition, touring the UK with the Gospel Youth Choir and Let’s Sing Choir, and performing at The Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Birmingham NIA, Sheffield Arena and the MEN Arena Manchester, supporting Katherine Jenkins and Heather Small.
In 2009 Beth Sherburn worked with recording demos and writing songs with The Walt Disney Company.
Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees remarked that Beth's songwriting reminded him of when he used to write songs with his brothers.
Having flown back to Los Angeles to work on new material, Sherburn attracted the attention of rapper Lil Wayne, who featured on her debut single, “Joker”, which was released in 2014. The accompanying music video was directed by Carly Cussen and today has over 140,000 views on YouTube. The video was praised by fans and in national press. The track itself was played on Capital FM and various BBC radio stations, and was mentioned in UK magazines such as OK, NOW and Music Weekly.
Beth Sherburn subsequently appeared at London Fashion Week, Pride London, British motorcycle Grand Prix (where she introduced and performed alongside Marvin Humes), Inspiration Awards for Women, and the Breakthrough Cup. Beth has also performed for British Royalty and Members of British Parliament.
In 2016, Beth announced her first headline show, at The Hare and Hounds in Birmingham. The event sold out, and people from all over the UK came to hear Sherburn and her live band play a number of new songs. Later that year, she performed songs from her as-yet-unreleased album at The Jazz House.
Sherburn wrote her debut single, “Joker”, with producer John McClaughlin, and the track featured a rap from Lil Wayne. A long-term collaborator of Sherburn’s is Chris Eaton, who has worked with her since she was twelve, and who produced and co-wrote Christmas charity single “Snow Angels” with her. Sherburn’s second single from her EP, “YOLO”, was co-written and produced by Ciaron Bell, and was later remixed by the Wideboys.
Sherburn creates music in dance and club styles, although her style is currently undergoing a change in direction. She cites numerous musical influences, including SIA, Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Emeli Sande and Adele. Her associated acts include Lil Wayne, DJ Leon Lour, Steve Smart, Wideboys and Andy Durrant. She says of her style, “I love all genres of music but urban/pop would be my main music influence”.