Lyn Rajah is an Independent Singer-Songwriter & Musician who most recently re-released stunning Folk track ‘Americana’ on 18th December 2020 - a track which is still making it’s way across
the Airwaves from England to America. Radio stations broadcasting ‘Americana’ include:-
Lonely Oak Radio, Readifolk Radio, Liskeard Radio, Prospect Radio, Orange Hat Radio, Wigwam Radio, Blues & Roots Radio, Mark Mathew’s ‘Boxfresh Show’ on Maritime Radio &
Nashville Sessions ‘Honkytonk Angel’s Show.’
OTHER IMPORTANT MILESTONES
2021 World Premiere Radio Interview with Chris West Phoenix Radio 1208 Austslia
2021 Debut UK Radio interview with David of Orange Hat Radio and Emily Glazener
(*Orange Hat Radio is now Blue Torch Radio*)
2021 Interview with Graham Coath
2021 First LIVE Interview with Graeme Drayton
2021 Debut Interview with Nunny Boy as part of Underground Heroes
2020 ‘Americana’ makes it’s Radio Debut from England to the USA
2020 Re-Release on Apple Music and Spotify of ‘Americana.’
February 2015 - Lyn returns to Planck Studio to record brass for a TV theme composed by Richie GoldDigger.
Lyn's debut performance of 'Sea Green' was at The Rose & Crown, Kentish Town, September, 2014
(formerly 'The Torriano' where Pete Doherty used to play)...
In June, 2014, Lyn attended a songwriter's course at Premises Studios, East London under Helen McCallum and Martin Stephenson. From this course, Lyn released new single 'Optrex for the Morning' - currently for sale digitally via www.bandcamp.com
In 2013, Lyn released 'Travelled Tales' her debut EP which she sees as an organic production; Lyn wrote and performed on all
tracks - Tenor Trombone on 'Reykjavik,' Classical Guitar and Steel Laptop Guitar and vocals on 'Americana' and 'Wondering.' Lyn was also responsible for the landscape photography and design of this album cover.
Forthcoming Gigs - Watch This Space!
History of project
The whole process started when Trish Whelan said to me one day..."do you compose music?" I responded bashfully by saying "not since School!"
A few months later we met up again in a Cafe Rouge somewhere in North London. Again, Trish asked the same question and presented me with a very tempting proposition which was that she would grant me a bursary to go into the studio...
This was one of the best things that could have happened...it took just her faith in me for me to go into artistic mode and get creating!
This was where (via Trish), I met Steve Ellis (Engineer at Planck Studios), who has worked on this project with me on and off since 2009.
Steve's encouragement and patience enabled me to create new works and now the first EP is ready.
Thank you for taking a look at my website.
Keep checking back as soon there will be forthcoming events...just waiting for the cold season to go first!