LEAH FLANAGAN melds an ageless voice with complex and alluring lyrics in a combination that has audiences entranced. It’s a sound reminiscent of singer/songwriters of the 70‘s that has captured hearts with laments and celebrations of love, sincerity and soul.

As a musician, recording artist, professional singer and hired gun for major musicial collaborative groups including the acclaimed Black Arm Band, Leah Flanagan has worked with prolific artists such as  Meshell Ndegeocello, John Cale, poet Sam Wagan Watson, France's Orchestre National de Jazz, The Melbourne, Adelaide & Tasmanian Symphony orchestras, Sinead O’Connor, David Bridie, Ricki Lee Jones, Gurrumul, Paul Kelly, Liz Stringer, Jonathan Zwartz, Julien Wilson, Emma Donovan, Shellie Morris, Shane Howard, Robert Forster, Jimmy Buffett, Neil Murray, Bart Willoughby, Ursula Yovich, Dan Sultan and Jim Moginie to name a few. 

She has performed with the stage shows Liberty Songs (a collaboration with Darwin’s Liberian Women and contemporary musicians), Leonard Bernstein's MASS for the Adelaide Festival and has had her own creation, Midnight Muses, featured at the Adelaide Cabaret and Sydney Festival's.

It's Leah’s beautifully crafted compositions that are at the forefront of her musicial aspirations. Her versatility and grace as an artist are the reasons why audiences will find her at home performing on stages as extravagant as the Sydney Opera House to the humble Dinah Beach Yacht Club in the heart of old Darwin, Leah's beloved hometown.

****Leah is currently working on her next album with Producer Niall Anderson - STAY TUNED****

“Equal parts Lucinda Williams and Shirley Bassey, Flanagan is a rich talent… “ Sydney Morning Herald

"Leah Flanagan writes beautiful songs and sings them in a voice you can sink into, cushiony comfort without a single rough edge – it makes you feel like you’ve come home."   Deborah Conway