Beverley Staunton is one of the music industry’s most versatile and sought out vocalists. From radio to television, the big screen to small screen and everything in between, Beverley’s style is truly unique, mesmerizing and real.
Whether she’s singing vocals on recordings with : Bette Midler, Michael Buble, Julio Iglesias, Michael Crawford, Jessica Simpson, Roch Voisine, Barry Manilow or taking the lead on various children’s CD’s for Disney Records, it’s easy to hear Beverley’s range, power and perfection.
Not just limited to the studio, Beverley’s unassuming soulful style has elevated such artists as: Lionel Ritchie, Nelly Furtado, Martina McBride, Dionne Warwick, Angelique Kidjo and James Taylor.
Originally from Montreal, Canada, Beverley’s magnetic performances started at an early age, where she essentially grew up on stage and television. By the time she was a young adult she had become one of Canada’s top live and session singers.
Television audiences were treated to Beverley’s musical talents on such shows as: The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, Canada AM, Regis & Kelly, Top of the Pops, Extra , and Grease:You’re The One That I Want. You can also hear Beverley’s remarkable voice on animated shows like “The Emperor’s New School” (ABC), “Kimpossible” (Disney), Seth Green’s “Robot Chicken” (Cartoon Network), movies such as Norbit (Dreamworks), Blades of Glory (Dreamworks) and commercials for Chevy, McDonald’s and Subway.
Now residing in Los Angeles, Beverley has quickly found her place among the city’s top vocalists. You can tune in to ABC’s Emmy nominated “Dancing With The Stars” where she lends her vocal abilities every season singing everything from Pop, Jazz and Classical, not only in English, but also in French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Beverley Staunton is incomparable in the entertainment industry. Her charisma is electrifying and vocal delivery sensational. Clearly this is a woman who will live up to her unparalleled reputation for years to come.