A singular, emerging talent, Wrenne is the antithesis of establishment. Yet she has broad appeal. A truly modern artist and woman, lovechild, say, of Christine, Björk and Pink, she is a devoted mother, athlete, collaborator and storyteller, with an original story and an extraordinary voice and medium with which to tell it.
Mormon-raised, this Utah child jumped ship, landing in the UK with $300 and a phone number. She worked through survival, came to belong, became British, started a family. Honing her skills, Wrenne discovered her true voice and intent with another family – of co-writers, believers and producers – she attracted along the way. Those collaborations comprise the soundtrack to her forthcoming one-woman show, “ISaidYesToEverything.” With contributions from Craig Armstrong, Gary Clark, Marius de Vries, Idris Elba and many more – this will be a notable debut.
While easily defined as electronic pop, the music has an eclecticism reminiscent of a Eurythmics or Peter Gabriel. Songs effortlessly switch genres with one central component: Wrenne’s gorgeous vocals and authentic attitude. The “ISaidYesToEverything” show is a unique multimedia amalgam of concert, story, athleticism, theatre and technology. Two Wrennes are at odds in the piece: one onstage, one onscreen. They interact throughout until…
An exclusive excerpt of this performance will introduce Wrenne at some previews in the late fall, where we will start to build the audience for this new, undeniable star. After all, as Wrenne sings in the mantra of her song, Hope: “I AM READY!”
Wrenne’s theatrical, one-woman show and soundtrack “ISaidYesToEverything” is out early 2018