London Shover stopped by the WorldArts Stage for an exclusive performance & interview!
London received his bachelor’s degree in Theatre at Temple University and studied jazz guitar and composition privately with award-winning jazz guitarist Chuck Anderson. Feeling a strong sense of wanderlust, he toured the east coast with his band London File, but subsequently went on his own and moved to Los Angeles. He is pursuing a career as a singer/songwriter and actor. He has played at major LA venues such as the Roxy Theater, the Hotel Café, and the Viper Room and co-wrote the song “Sorrows” which is featured in the Halle Berry film Dark Tide. He has also appeared on stage alongside of American Idol Stars Clay Aiken and Elliot Yamin and has opened for NBC’s The Voice Tony Lucca and many other world renown artists. With his sultry tone and incredible guitar & piano skills, London commands the stage with subtlety and humility while the music itself demands the attention of his audiences.
Watch him perform his original songs “Moving On”, “Spooky” and “Go” and his exclusive interview with us!
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