Hey, it’s Louise and welcome to my corner of the internet!

My career so far has been pretty varied. People say you should focus on one thing and get really good at that, but for me grabbing all opportunities with both hands and leaping in has been all part of the fun! From the west end to touring gigs, countless recordings and live work with my own line up. I decided to break the mould and do what I fancied doing. I mean why not ? It’s kept me afloat for almost 30 years.


I have to warn you though, I am a quirky musician who loves the experimental craziness that comes with the harmonious stories in my head. Sometimes I don’t even know when they are going to end! Free spirited and fully embracing the sprinkles of emotion! You might find yourself surprised and moved when you come to a live gig as a lot of stuff happens ‘off the cuff’ – anything and everything can happen! It tends to be an eclectic mix of improvisation and organic flavours. If you can handle it, then book a ticket cause I’d love to meet you!

I really love having the variation in my life where I am able to be part of so many elements in the music industry and bounce off ideas and intermingle my childhood basic disciplines into the person I am now.


You will probably have seen me on Hootenanny at the Annual Jools broadcast singing in the new year. It’s been such a ride with Jools since 2006 and I absolutely love headlining with him plus backing some of the greatest performers in the world. The vibe in the band is joyous and LOUD! Being pregnant with my daughter singing at the Royal Albert Hall in my first year with Jools was a special highlight. (she’s now a teenager and a mini dancer/singer).

Jools Holland says, ”I have been fortunate to work with some of the greatest singers in the world. I can truly say that Louise Marshall is one of these. I’m so delighted to hear the first flowering of her solo recorded work and it’s as wonderful and enchanting as she is.”


One of the six singers for Adiemus – Concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, 1996. Plus, Back up singing for these iconic legends, David Gilmour, Beverley Knight, Marc Almond, Dionne Warwick, Chaka Khan.


I have been blessed to perform in 3 West End Shows in my career which led me to another way of performing. When I auditioned for Jesus Christ Superstar, I did feel like a little girl on a gigantic stage, and to be part of an amazing cast was daunting but I was ready to try a new challenge and new adventure into the ‘8 shows a week’ world. At that stage, I was happy to be in the ensemble, and hide behind everyone else, enjoy singing the chorus parts. Now I’m ready to sing those lead vocals


After decades working with famous people (Paul Weller, Michael Ball) I developed my own sound, my own flavours and enhancements, I literally absorbed all the experiences – and it inspired me to write my own albums. My song ideas wake me up and I have to get my phone, record the basic tune and play the chords so I can come back to it later

‘Glad you’re here and can’t wait to share my sprinkles with you!’

Louise. X



• Adam Lambert
• Andy Fairweather Low
• Antonia Edwards
• BBC Big Band
• BBC Concert Orchestra
• Beverley Knight
• Bryan Adams
• Bryan Ferry
• Capital Voices
• Celeste
• Cerrone
• Chaka Khan
• Chic
• Chris Difford
• Chuck Leavell
• Claire Teal
• Cool Music
• Colin Skinner
• Crouch End Festival Choir
• Dave Ball
• David Gilmour
• Dionne Warwick
• Dennis Edwards and the Temptations
• Don Blackman
• Echoes of Ellington
• Eddie Holman
• Edwin Starr
• Ella Eyre
• Emma Bunton
• Eric Stewart
• Ethan John
• Glenn Tilbrooke
• Greg Phillinganes
• Guy Chambers
• Guy Pratt
• Heather Small
• Helmut Lotto
• James Arthur
• James Bay
• Jamie Cullum
• James Morrison
• Jessie J
• Jody Watley
• Joe Stilgoe
• John Rutter
• Jon Allen
• Jools Holland
• Karl Jenkins
• LF System
• London Voices
• Little Anthony
• Lulu
• Madaline Bell
• Maida Vale Singers
• Manhattan Music
• Marc Almond
• Marti Pellow
• Martine McCutcheon
• Metro Voices
• Mica Paris
• Michael Ball
• Mika
• Noel Gallagher
• Olivia Dean
• Omar
• One More Music
• Paul Weller
• Paul Young
• Phil Manzanera
• Private Music Events Ltd
• PP Arnold
• Paulo Nutini
• Rag’n’Bone man
• Raye
• Ray Lamontagne
• Replay Heaven (Hal Ritson)
• Robbie Williams
• Rob Davis
• Rolland Gift
• Ronnie Wood
• Ruby Turner
• Russell Watson
• Sam Brown
• Sam Frank
• Seal
• Sheila Ferguson
• Sigala
• Solomon Burke
• Stefan Redtenbacher
• Steve Winwoond
• Trevor Horn
• Trijntje Oosterhuis
• Tom Grennon
• Tom Jones
• Tony Visconti
• Van Morrison
• Victor Imbres
• Vinnie Jones
• West End International
• Wise Buddah
• Woman
• YungBlud



• Afraid to Feel by LF System (2022)
• Hungry by LF System (2022)
• The Steady Rolling Revue, (2013)
• ‘Make My Day’, Funkatech (won Best Track 2010 at the Breakspoll International Breakbeat   Awards) NAPT, (2010)
• ‘Changes’, Victor Imbres & Rob Davis, (Greenlight) (2008)
• ‘Can’t Stop Movin’, and ‘Country Boy’, Sonny Jim, RMX, (2008)
• ‘Misunderstanding’, Cerrone vs. Sweet Connection, Celebrate! (Malligator) (2008)
• ‘Feeling Blue’, Silicone Soul, Soma (2005)
• ‘Don’t Stop’ & ‘C’est La Vie’, Master H, Thirteen (Soma) (2003)
• ‘Right On!’, Silicone Soul, Soma (2001)


• Paul Weller – 66 (2024)
• Joanna Forbes L’Estrange – Heaven to Earth (2024)
• Soft Cell – Happiness not Included (2022)
• Connor James Selby (2021)
• Noel Gallagher – High Flying Birds (2021)
• Brand New Heavies – TBNH (2019)
• Lenny Henry – New Millennium Blues (2015)
• Squeeze – Cradle to the Grave (2015)
• David Gilmour – Rattle That Lock (2015)
• Helmut Lotti – Faith, Hope and Love (2015)
• Marc Almond – The Velvet Trail (2015)
• Pink Floyd – Louder that words (2014)
• Jools Holland – (2004 to present)
• Beverley Knight – (2004 to present)
• Michael Ball – (2000 to 2011)
• Murray Head – My Back Pages   (2012)
• Jon Allen – ‘Sweet Defeat’, Sweet Defeat (2011)
• Billy Jenkins – Born Again, (2010)
• Nick Etheridge – Basscraft (2010)
• Glen Tilbrook and the Fluffers – ‘Beachland Ballroom’, Pandemonium Ensues (2009)
• Billie Godfrey – The Eden Tree (2009)
• Ray Lamontagne – ‘You are the best thing’, Gossip in the Grain   (2008)
• Talc- Licensed Premises Lifestyle (2008)
• Jon Barker – Songs to Strike a Chord (2006)
• Trijntje Oosterhuis- Oosterhuis (2003)
• Eric Stewart- Do Not Bend (2003)


• Culture Festival, Sardinia (2013, 2015, 2016, 2019 & 2022)
• Festival, Austria, (2013)
• 3-day Anglo-Hungarian Interclub Jazz Festival titled 606@Budapest Jazz Club (2012 & 2017)


• Melanie Marshall
• Wayne Marshall
• Karl Jenkins
• John Rutter/ The Cambridge Singers
• Songs of Praise, piano (various years)
• Matthew Ferraro
• National Youth Choir of Great Britain.


• Ridgeway Education Trust
• Didcot Girls School
• Guildhall School of Music and Drama Easter Course
• National Youth Choir Music Course
• Royal Holloway University
• Streatham and Clapham High School
• Kingsdale Foundation School, Dulwich
• Kirby Lonsdale Singers
• Britannia Village Primary School
• Arts Educational School, London
• Academy of Contemporary Music, (ACM), Guildford
• Dance Works, Cambridge