Born and bred in the Deep South (of England), Lallie was brought up on the sounds of Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn & Johnny Cash. She started out singing classically and won a scholarship to study at Eton College aged 15. Since then, Lallie has worked with many different professional tribute and function bands. She has worked with ABBA, Blondie & Madonna tributes and regularly sings backing vocals for The Pink Tribute Band.
Her other project, a 1940s girl harmony duo, The Air Raid Sirens is currently enjoying astounding success. She has performed to audiences of thousands and also in smaller intimate venues. Despite a fulfilling singing career, Lallie has always felt most authentic when singing Country & Folk Music. Becoming Dolly has been a dream come true for Lallie, who has worked hard at imitating every nuance and rhinestone - even down to studying Dolly's Tennessee drawl in minute detail. Lallie performs with the heart and spirit of Dolly Parton like you've never seen before.
In Lallie's own words: "It's been a huge privilege to bring the First Lady of Country Music to life. Dolly isn't just a singer/ songwriter - she's a role model, feminist & a businesswoman with the ability to laugh at herself. My show brings the very essence of this amazing lady to the fore"
2 x 45 minute sets: Set 1 Baby I'm Burning Stand By Your Man D.I.V.O.R.C.E Jolene Blue Smoke Two Doors Down Tennessee Homesick Blues My Tennessee Mountain Home Backwoods Barbie Joshua Coat Of Many Colors Take Me Home (Country Roads) Sweet Home Alabama 9 to 5 Set 2 Applejack Love Is Like A Butterfly Ring Of Fire You Never Can Tell Bad Moon Rising Here You Come Again Why D'ya Come In Here Lookin' Like That Ho Hey Achy Breaky Heart Rocky Top Islands In The Stream I Will Always Love You Jolene 9 to 5
1 x 60 minute set: Baby I'm Burning Jolene Joshua Blue Smoke D.I.V.O.R.C.E Two Doors Down Tennessee Mountain Home Backwoods Barbie Coat Of Many Colors Applejack Love Is Like A Butterfly Take Me Back To The Country Here You Come Again Tennessee Homesick Blues Why D'ya Come In Here Looking Like That You Never Can Tell Islands In The Stream 9 to 5 I Will Always Love You