After spending six years acting and singing on the show Nashville, Lennon Stella signed with a label and began her solo career. She expected fans to be surprised by her crossover to pops, but fans seem undaunted and love Lennon as much as ever. Whether they've followed Lennon since her duets with her sister on Nashville or they are new to her music, fans are excited for Lennon Stella's musical career. Her Love Me tour, named after Lennon's first EP in spring 2019, sold out over half the shows two months before Lennon even hit the road. Now touring with pop superstars The Chainsmokers, Lennon is sure to pick up more fans along the way.
Destined for Stardom
Born in Canada to musician parents MaryLynne and Brad, Lennon Stella seems to have music in her DNA. Her dad taught her guitar starting at the age of 5, and Lennon was writing music with her younger sister Maisy from a young age. The duo often performed together and was even cast to play on-screen sisters Maddie and Daphne Conrad on ABC's Nashville. The pair sang beautiful harmonies together, and the network even released their cover of The Lumineers' "Ho Hey" to great fanfare. Together, the sisters performed at the CMA Awards, The White House and various talk shows. The duo even wrote a book and an accompanying song. But just like her character Maddie wanted to fly solo, Lennon Stella has decided to spread her wings. Lennon began to release music, both originals and covers, on her YouTube channel, starting with her cover of Neil Young's "Harvest Moon." Whether she pairs her raspy voice with a guitar or a synthesizer plays on the background, Lennon always seems to excel. Bolstered by fans who already knew her from her TV performances, Lennon's solo career has started strong.
Where can I buy Lennon Stella tickets?
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Will Lennon Stella tour in 2019?
Lennon is currently on tour with The Chainsmokers and 5 Seconds of Summer. She'll be on the road until December 2019. Lennon Stella has also announced one show next year at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London.
Will Lennon Stella play in a city near me?
Scheduled tour dates include arenas in large American cities such as Cincinnati, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Dallas and more. The tour makes quick stops in Toronto and Montreal in the middle, and it ends back in Canada, this time in Vancouver.
What is Lennon Stella's setlist like?
Since Lennon began playing live, she's played a variety of venues and events. Her setlists have been equally as varied with sometimes just a handful of songs and other times more than 15 songs. Lennon sings original songs such as "Feelings," "Breakaway" and "Bad." Her hit "La Di Da" is often last or an encore, and it is sometimes accompanied by "BITCH (takes one to know one)." Longer sets will include covers of songs such as Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," Rihanna's "Umbrella" and "Kids" by MGMT. In the past, Lennon has sometimes been joined on stage by her sister Maisy.
What can I expect from a Lennon Stella concert?
Even when Lennon is performing a cover song, she makes it her own. For example, she slows down "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and plays keyboards. While the smaller shows have felt more intimate, Lennon Stella's current tour with The Chainsmokers visits much larger venues. Lennon will probably join The Chainsmokers and Illenium on stage to perform the group's newest release, "Takeaway."
Does Lennon play instruments as well as sing?
Yes, she plays keyboards and guitar, among other instruments, and fans may get a chance to see this at a live show.Back to Top
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