“We love the quirky Canadian piano pop singer/songwriter! She’s back with some fresh tunes and it’s so HER! Sweet! Catchy! And slightly off center! We love it!”

 

- PerezHilton.com

"reminds one of Kate Nash channelling Jill Sobule with a dash of Ben Folds"

- Nick Krewen, Toronto Star

BIO

Lullaby EP, Sing to the Moon, now available!

 

Darrelle London is diving into the world of “Kindie” music (Kid-Indie), where she feels right at home! Her new lullaby album, Sing to the Moon, is a whimsical journey towards bedtime, with a mix of original tunes and old classics with a twist. Now a mother of two young’uns, Darrelle has discovered the joy of making kids’ music that all ages can enjoy!

 

Darrelle is no stranger to following her heart to unexpected places. After turning down law school to pursue a music career, she has spent the last decade making her mark on the college and festival circuit across North America. Some highlights included playing at iconic venues such as Hollywood’s Troubadour Club and Nashville’s Bluebird Café, collaborating with her favourite artists such as Chantal Kreviazuk, being chosen by Sarah McLachlan to perform at Lilith Fair, and placing her music on TV shows and ad campaigns in the US and South Korea.­­

 

Produced by Robyn Dell’Unto, Sing to the Moon features six lullabies that celebrate bedtime and the parent-child bond. Darrelle looks forward to taking her “Pyjama Party” show on the road in Spring 2019.   

 

Awards and Recognition

 

  • Winner, 2018 International Songwriting Competition Children’s Music Category for “Sheep”

  • Winner, 2018 Folk Music Ontario Songs from the Heart Awards, Children’s Category for “Sing to the Moon”

  • Winner - 2015 International Acoustic Music Awards – Best Female Artist

  • Nominated for Best Female Performer of the Year by Campus Activities Magazine (2015)

  • Finalist, USA Songwriting Competition “Best Folk” (2016)

  • Bell Media Emerging Artist (May 2012)

  • Lilith Fair Talent Search Winner, Toronto (2010)

  • Best Pop Act, Toronto Independent Music Awards (2010)