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Lorne Alistair Tennant, better known as Ali Tennant, is a British singer, songwriter and vocal producer/mentor[2] from London, England signed to BMG Chrysalis.

Ali Tennant
Birth nameLorne Alistair Tennant[1]
OriginLondon, England
GenresPop, Contemporary R&B
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, vocal producer, vocal coach
Years active1998–present
Associated actsJLS, Jessie J, David Guetta
Websitewww.ali-tennant.co.uk

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PerformerEdit

Tennant released one album Crucial under the name Ali in 1998 on Polydor, and a single "Bitter Honey".[3]

SongwriterEdit

Beginning his songwriting career in 1998, he has had credits on 17 top ten albums, 7 of which hit number 1, as well as 4 singles, one of which debuted at number 1. Later years have seen Tennant vocal coach and produce for a number of high-profile clients such as The X Factor, The Voice UK, Jessie J (Alive), David Guetta (Nothing But The Beat), JLS (JLS, Outta This World, Jukebox, Evolution), The Saturdays (On Your Radar), Olly Murs (Olly Murs) and more.

Songwriting creditsEdit

Year Artist Song Album
1998 Five "That's What You Told Me" 5ive
1999 "Don't Fight It Baby" Invincible
Westlife "Let's Make Tonight Special" Westlife
2000 All Saints "I Don't Wanna Be Alone" Saints & Sinners
2001 Atomic Kitten "You Are" Right Now
Blue "Make It Happen" All Rise
2002 "Invitation" One Love
"Like A Friend"
"Privacy"
"Without You"
2003 "Back It Up" Guilty
"Bubblin'"
Jamelia "Club Hoppin" Thank You
2007 Mutya Buena "Suffer For Love" Real Girl
2009 JLS "Kickstart" JLS
"Only Tonight"
2010 "Better For You" Outta This World
"Don't Talk About Love"
"Superhero"
2011 David Guetta featuring Jessie J "Repeat" Nothing But The Beat
JLS "Go Harder" Jukebox
"Take You Down"
The Saturdays "Promise Me" On Your Radar
"Wish I Didn't Know"
2012 JLS "Hottest Girl In The World" Evolution
"Troublemaker"
"Proud" Goodbye: The Greatest Hits
Peter Andre "Not a Love Song" Angels & Demons
Tulisa "Live Your Life" The Female Boss
"Young"
2013 Jessie J "Magnetic" Alive
"Hero" Alive/Kick-Ass 2 OST
JLS "Billion Lights" Goodbye: The Greatest Hits
2015 Iris Gold "Goldmine" Non-album singles
Nathan Sykes "Kiss Me Quick"

Vocal coachingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Make It Happen". Warner/Chappell Music. Retrieved 13 February 2015.
  2. ^ Ali Tennant Archived 2013-09-21 at the Wayback Machine, Website.
  3. ^ [1]