Anna Kelly shares her striking cover of Sarah McLachlan's 'Angel'

Anna Kelly shares her striking cover of Sarah McLachlan’s ‘Angel’

Anna Kelly has unveiled her unforgettably moving rendition of Sarah McLachlan‘s 1997 classic, ‘Angel‘.

The young multi-instrumentalist takes this opportunity to shine behind the keys, much like McLachlan does in the original version. Anna’s voice is soft, soulful and glistens with a wistful sadness that reflects the song’s lyrics beautifully. Packed with charm and emotion, the Northamptonshire-based singer’s rendition is truly unforgettable. Listen to Anna Kelly’s ‘Angel‘ below.

The 14-year-old singer-songwriter began her musical journey at a young age, drawing inspiration from listening to her grandmother singing from the age of two. Spending countless hours playing her grandmother’s piano, the young musician taught herself the ropes and honed her musical craft. Having inherited her idol’s 90-year-old piano this year, Anna takes herself back to where it all started daily practising and performing her musical renditions.

After being introduced to one of her grandmother’s friends, whom her grandmother spent many years performing Gilbert and Sullivan with, she became her singing teacher. Anna has had a fruitful past winning and placing in a number of musical competitions whilst learning a lot along the way. The self-taught musician is currently furthering her education in music to gain valuable experience to be able to write down all the music constantly spilling from her imagination.

Anna has wowed judges this year with her original song, ‘Wolf In The Night‘, pushing her through to the Open Mic UK regional finals in Birmingham. To keep up to date with her music, follow her socials below.


James Cooke

James has worked on the production side of the music industry for many years gaining releases on a number of record labels around the globe. Alongside James’ personal music projects he has trained as an illustrator, designer and a creative marketer. Taking on the role of marketing/editorial assistant at Music Crowns, James spends his days covering new and underground music creating content for our audiences through well thought out reviews and features.

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