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ABOUT SHARLIZA

Singaporean Sharliza Jelita is a singer and visionary constantly experimenting and exploring different facets of pop. Her latest project is to produce a set of smooth, simple, stripped-back covers of songs that used to be popular in the 1920s-1990s. Harking back to the days of Julie London, Doris Day, Eartha Kitt, and legendary Malay singer Saloma, she wants to explore the timeless sensuous and elegant side of feminine beauty.

Sharliza’s life is one furnished with events that have served as a rich pallet of inspiration. Her flamboyance and eccentric outlook on life makes for observational songwriting which covers urban life, adventure, rebellion and the afterlife in her debut album Strange Things.

Duran Duran, Suede and Radiohead drew Sharliza Jelita to UK shores, and influences also include Frank Zappa, P Ramlee, Stereolab and trojan calypso. Find out more…

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Sharliza unveils her latest project – Vintage Sessions. She is available for hire to sing at parties and events, covering songs from the 1920s-1990s.

Add bittersweet ballad Run From You to your Spotify list for some evening listening:

A Christmas song

Listen and download (free) this brand new Christmas song, Make My Christmas With Me. Recorded live in one take: just harpsichord, voice, and a whole lot of sweetness.

PS: Thank you Hannah Magenta for co-writing duties and Fin Crowther for playing the harpsichord.

Latest videos

A rendition of the classic jazz tune Misty shot in the beautiful Brighton sunset.

Sharliza sings Broadway classic The Best Things In Life Are Free. Indeed! Complete with dance sequence courtesy of David Streit.

Sharliza sings ‘This is Home, Truly’ live with MaW on guitar at the Singapore National Day Celebrations in London at the Royal Garden Hotel on 6 September 2013.

Rocking a 1960s Singaporean kebaya in this Malay cover of Uji Rashid’s Ku Ingin Selalu Di Sampingmu (I Always Want To Be By Your Side).

A lilting, haunting jazz melody about fearing love called ‘Run From You’. In collaboration with MaW.

Sharliza visits her old college and reminisces with a cover of The Way We Were.

Sharliza reworks Double’s 1980s hit, Captain of Her Heart, into a sentimental piano and vocal piece.

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