Lance Ellington has become known as one of the UK's most popular male vocalists. Apart from recording and performing under his own name, his regular appearances on the BBC's live series 'Strictly Come Dancing' have endeared him to millions of UK dance and music fans. His charismatic style and sultry tones have entertained more than 30 million people all over the world.
Lance has worked with many of the world's top recording artists, including Sting, George Michael, Robbie Williams, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson and many others. He is one of the UK's busiest session singers, performing on many great albums and adverts.
Lance recently completed his UK tour of 'Ellington Sings Ellington', featuring his 8 piece band. 'Ellington Sings Elllington' skillfully blends the music of his father, legendary jazz band leader and 'Goon Show' personality, Ray Ellington, with the Duke Ellington sound and some of Lance's original compositions. He will also continue to tour the 'Ellington Sings Ellington' show later this year.
Lance has also been performing 'The Best of Bond' as lead vocalist with the renowned classical conductor, Carl Davis, alongside the Birmingham, Halle and Prague Symphony Orchestras. He also celebrated Carl's 75th Birthday on the BBC's Live Radio programme 'Friday Night is Music Night' as one of the solo vocalists. In Spring 2012, Lance traveled to the Far East appearing as lead vocalist with the Malaysian Philarmonic Orchestra.
On his return Lance performed a Concert version of Guys and Dolls at the Cadogan Hall with a wonderful West End cast and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Lance's new album release 'Aspects of Ellington' is now available. He is recording a new album for release later this year.
Lance has also just finished Performing with Susan Boyle on her 2014 Tour.
Lance is thrilled to be performing once again with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra this Summer performing a wonderful repertoire of the music of John Barry.