|Full name:||Lucy Spraggan|
|Born:||July 21, 1991|
|Country of Origin:||United Kingdom|
Welcome to Lucy Spraggan’s page. This article details interesting facts about the singer including Lucy Spraggan’s net worth, relationship, family, and career.
Are you a lover good music? Have you seen every series of The X-factor?
If you answered yes to these questions, then Lucy Spraggan probably needs no introduction to you.
But for those who stumbled upon this post by accident or know little about the singer, we shall walk you through the life and career of the beautiful British singer. Please take your time!
Who is Lucy Spraggan?
Lucy Spraggan is a British musician born on July 21, 1991 in Buxton, Derbyshire, England.
Lucy Spraggan’s age is currently 27 as of the time of this publication.
The British musician is a multidimensional singer who specialises in music genres that cut across Folk Pop, Indie Pop, Acoustic, Hip Hop and she is currently signed to Cooking Vinyl Records.
Lucy made her foray into music when she auditioned for ‘The X factor’ in 2012, thrilling audience with the performance of her own composition titled ‘Last Night.’
She painfully finished the competition at the number nine position after an unknown illness forced her out of the competition weeks before the end.
Her talent was so obvious that she bagged a recording deal with Columbia Records after the show and the deal marked her official entrance into the world of music.
In 2013, Lucy Spraggan released her second studio album titled ‘Join The Club’ and it featured on the UK charts reaching the number seven position.
In 2015, Spraggan released her third studio album titled ‘We Are’ but before then, she had released the album’s lead single titled ‘Unsinkable’
The following year, she releases the lead single, ‘Dear You’ of her fourth studio album titled ‘I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing’
Lucy Spraggan’s Family
The Brit was born and raised in Buxton, Derbyshire, England and that is as far as we can report about her home or family.
Details about her parents or siblings have never been divulged to the public as she prefers to keep her family life private.
Lucy Spraggan’s Relationships
Fans who know only little about the Brit always ask about her relationship status with some fans saying she is hardly seen with men.
Well, Lucy Spraggan is open with her relationship and she is openly a lesbian.
She entered a same sex relationship with Georgina Gordon and the two are officially married for a few years now.
Lucy Spraggan’s Career
Lucy Spraggan made her foray into music by releasing her single, “Tea and Toast” on July of 2013 and by August, she entered the audition of ‘The X factor’ where she sang her own song title ‘Last Night’
Her performance of the song left fans and audience asking for more and she ultimately made into the boot camp for the competition.
Lucy’s second song which was a cover of Beyoncé’s hit song ‘Halo’ was shown on The X Factor.
Shortly after, the song featured on the UK singles chart reaching the #70 as well as #2 on iTunes.
The song was later taken down from iTunes on the request of the producers of X Factors.
Despite being taken down from iTunes, the song was so popular that it reached the #5 of the UK chart.
Her album, Top Room at the Zoo, reached the #7 of UK album charts.
Still in 2012, her song, “Last Night” debuted in the UK single charts at the number 11 position.
Lucy performed the song titled Moves Like Jagger by Maroon 5 at the boot camp but her performance failed to impress the panellists who described it as awkward and messy.
She returned to the stage with a mix-up of songs that she really liked and meant a lot to her.
Lucy was amongst only three of the female singers who made it to the show and coached by the mentor Contostavlos.
Lucy Spraggan’s Issues
By the fourth week, Lucy became ill but managed to put it together and advanced to the 5th week and by November, the illness became severe and she decided to quit the show.
According her, she quit the show because she thought it would be unfair to get a free pass to the next around having enjoyed the mercy of the judges in the preceding round.
After she exited the competition, Lucy Spraggan has gone on to release several hit singles and in the process carving out a niche for herself in UK music industry.
Lucy Spraggan has had her own share of record label issues but following a series of impressive performances, she signed a recording deal with to Cooking Vinyl Records & Publishing.
Lucy Spraggan’s Albums
The singer has four studio albums and they include;
Top Room at the Zoo (2011)
Join the Club (2013)
We Are (2015)
I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing (2017)
Lucy Spraggan’s Tours
In 2017, the singer announced her headline European tour which was aimed at promoting her new album titled ‘I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing’.
The event was massively sold out and it began at March 1, at the ‘The Waterfront, Norwich’ and ended about four weeks later at the Gruner Salon, Berlin on 28 March.
The European tour consisted of 18 dates and several European cities and stages dome of which include ‘Hope & Glory,’ ‘Isle Of Wight,’ ‘Glastonbury,’ and ‘Tramlines.’
Still in 2017, the musician announced her second tour of the year in May when she told her fans through her social media that she would embark on an ‘Acoustic Tour’ in between September and October.
Lucy Spraggan’s Net Worth (2018)
What is Lucy Spraggan’s net worth?
This topic has been a concern in recent times as Lucy Spraggan’s net worth can hardly be determined due her tendency to hoard information about her life.
After due consultations and painstaking search both from online journals and otherwise, we are yet to arrive at conclusive estimate of Lucy Spraggan’s net worth as of 2018.
We beg your indulgence to keep a date with us as Lucy Spraggan net worth is still under review and would be updated soon.
The British musician is currently considered as one of the best multidimensional singer due to her ability to switch genres and excel in any genre she wishes to sing on.