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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Lindsay Lohan’s Sparro help

    Australian singer-songwriter Sam Sparro is helping re-launch Lindsay Lohan’s pop career by writing a song with her.


    Lindsay Lohan is set to write a song with Sam Sparro.

    The Australian singer-songwriter is to work with Lindsay after being recommended by Mark Ronson - brother of Lindsay’s girlfriend Samantha Ronson.

    ‘Black and Gold’ singer Sam said: “Working with Lindsay is an interesting proposition. I've always been a big fan and I think she's cool.

    “I've never met Samantha Ronson but I have met her dad and her sister Charlotte when I was working with Mark at Coachella. They are a great family.

    “I'll be heading over to Los Angeles and New York in a couple of weeks to start writing for Lindsay and a few other artists. I'm really excited."

    Sam has been championed by Amy Winehouse producer Mark since his early days when he was performing in Los Angeles.

    He has mutual admiration for the ‘Valerie’ producer, saying: “Support from people like Mark kept me going. He's a sweet, humble guy and a great person to be around. If I hear someone speak badly about him, I'll always leap to his defence.”

    Lindsay’s pop career started with her recording songs for the films she starred in, before releasing two albums, ‘Speak’ in 2004 and ‘A Little More Personal (Raw)’ in 2005.

    Lindsay’s third album, to be titled ‘Spirit in the Dark’, is rumoured to be a star-studded affair with a host of guest appearances, including Ne-Yo, Akon, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Kanye West and Timbaland.

    © 2017 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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