Lynn is a tv presenter, singer and musician. She has performed solo and with a band in the past. She is also a songwriter and plays the piano. She won the Malta Song For Europe festival in 2003 and will be representing Malta in Eurovision 2003 at Riga, Latvia. She was dumbstruck when she won the festival beating popular favourite Lawrence Gray. She was not very known at the time, though she had appeared on various national tv programmes in Malta.
Gifted in languages – she is fluent in English, Maltese, German and Italian, plus she is conversant in French and Spanish and has a good understanding of Arabic.
She believes in God, her Creator. She believes that God has given her a message to be of benefit to the community by propagating a message of peace to all.
This spring 2003 she graced the cover of Femme Magazine (FM).
Her mother is Carmen Chircop and her brother is called Alan. Her father’s name is Philip. Both Alan and Lynn took piano lessons when young. Lynn, being very creative, preferred to play the piano rather than study theory. She is a very determined person according to her mother in an interview. She forms part of a band called Blend 7, formed in 2002. She plays the piano at hotels and night-spots. She is writing songs which she says are a mix between Tori Amos and Alicia Keyes but with her style. Her tastes range from jazz to rock to classical, so her winning song To Dream Again is not precisely her style.
She is now married and her surname is Faure’. She composed the music for an animated feature for the International Year of Astronomy 2009 celebrations, and sung To Dream Again during the EU Celebrations as Lynn Fauré.
Born in Malta on 1981.
Role Model: Giannella Caruana Curran
International Record Deal: ZYX Productions
Mument Special (Life Style)
“To Dream Again” (composer Alfred Zammit, Author Cynthia Sammut) (2003, cd-single)
“Nghidu IVA” (pro-europe song)
“We Are The World” (Mini Kanta contest)
2009 E-updates (Tv series) as Herself
2006 22pm (Tv series) as Herself
2005 Ta' Lynn Show (Tv series) as Herself
2004 Ta' Lynn Show (Tv series) as Herself
2003 Siparju (Radio series) as Herself
2003 Eurovision Radio (Radio series) as Herself
2003 Klabbzone (Tv series) as Herself
2003 Eurovision Song Contest (Tv series) as Herself
2003 Malta Song for Europe (Tv series) as Herself
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