Whatever Happened To? Kelly Llorenna


Kelly Llorenna began her career as vocalist for the UK dance act N-Trance. The breakthrough single (“Set You Free”) was a slow burner, having originally been released in 1992. Following several re-releases, the song became a number 2 hit in January 1995.

The success would subsequently lead to solo material, and Kelly would release two singles on Pukka Records, of which “Brighter Day” would reach number 43 in February 1996.

Kelly returned to N-Trance in 1997 for the re-recording of Rod Stewart’s “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” which would be a number 7 hit.

In 2001 she teamed up with Manchester DJ’s Flip & Fill to record “True Love Never Dies” which would reach number 7 the following year.

Kelly would resume her solo career in 2002 with a cover of Taylor Dayne’s “Tell It To My Heart” and an album “All Clubbed Up”.

Her final significant hit was a cover of Donna Summer’s “This Time I Know It’s For Real” which would reach number 14 in 2004. She has continued to work with other acts including Love To Infinity, Riffs & Rays and DJ Shah.

Most recently, Kelly and Love To Infinity have formed a new act known as Freak Asylum. They have toured clubs and released a video but no singles have been released. Kelly still tours and was most recently playing in Stoke and Northampton.

Here’s Freak Asylum’s “You Better Leave”.


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