Julianne Regan

Personal statement

I'm a songwriter and recording artist. I am particularly interested in songwriting in the context of memory and nostalgia.

Academic qualifications

  • MMus (Distinction) Songwriting.

Professional memberships

  • PRS
  • PPL.

Teaching specialism

  • Songwriting
  • Research Methodologies and Context
  • Song Identity and Culture.

Research and academic outputs

Go to ResearchSPAce

Three pronged attack: the pincer movement of gender allies, tempered radicals and pioneers
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Regan, J (2020) 'Three pronged attack: the pincer movement of gender allies, tempered radicals and pioneers.' In: Hepworth-Sawyer, R, Hodgson, J, King, L and Marrington, M, eds. Gender in music production. Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 187-198. ISBN 9781138613362


SEANCE
video

Regan, J and Bricheno, T (2019) SEANCE.


PALE BLUE EARTH
video

Regan, J and Bricheno, T (2019) PALE BLUE EARTH.


Stertaline & Opiates
audio

Regan, J (2019) Stertaline & Opiates.


Triskaidekaphobia
audio

Regan, J and Lederman, J-M (2019) Triskaidekaphobia.


Madam G
audio

Regan, J and Hussey, W (2014) Madam G.


Professional Activities (Compositions, Performance and Literature)

Compositions

  • October 2019 - Seance by Julianne Regan and Tim Bricheno. Lyricist. Music co-written. Instrumentation. Produced and engineered track. Edited video.
  • October 2019 - Searching for Sorrow by The Dadaists. Lyrics co-written. Music co-written. Produced, engineered and mixed track. Edited video.
  • September 2019 - Sweet Music by The Dadaists. Music co-written. Produced, engineered and mixed track. Edited video.
  • July 2019 - Pale Blue Earth by Julianne Regan and Tim Bricheno. Lyricist. Music co-written. Instrumentation. Produced, engineered and mixed track. Edited video.
  • June 2019 - Written contribution to the book "Folk Horror Revival: Urban Wyrd. 1: Spirits of Time".
  • February 2019 - 13 Ghosts album by Jean-Marc Lederman Experience. Spoken word piece 'Triskaidekaphobia' composed and recorded for the '13 Ghosts' project.
  • December 2018 - Sister Christina by Julianne Regan.Spoken word and music composition written and recorded for Radio Free Hookland.
  • 2012 - Wichita Lineman EP - Hussey-Regan - Vocals, engineering, instrumentation.
  • 2012 - Enjoy the Silence EP - Hussey-Regan - Vocals, engineering, instrumentation.
  • 2011 - Curios album by Hussey-Regan - Vocals, engineering, instrumentation.
  • 2009 - Smoke and Mirrors by The Eden House. Co-writer of three songs, vocal engineering.
  • 2007 - God Is a Bullet album by The Mission- Backing vocals
  • 2006 - Keepsakes - All About Eve, songwriter, vocalist, co-producer, co-engineer.
  • 2002 - Iceland by All About Eve - Vocals, songwriter, co-producer, co-engineer.
  • 2001 - New and Improved album by Mice - Album
  • 1992 - Top 40 single (38) Phased by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1992 - Ultraviolet album by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist, co-producer.
  • 1991 - Top 40 single (36) Farewell Mr Sorrow by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1991 - Top 20 Touched by Jesus (17) album by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1990 - Top 40 single (34) Scarlet by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1989 - Top 40 single (34) December by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1989 - Top 40 single (37) Road to Your Soul by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1989 - Top 10 Scarlet and Other Stories (09) album by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 30 single (29) What Kind of Fool? by All About Eve - Co-writer and vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 10 single (10) Martha's Harbour by All About Eve - Co-writer and vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 30 single (30) Every Angel by All About Eve - Co-writer and vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 40 single (33) Wild-Hearted Woman by All About Eve - Co-writer and vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 10 All About Eve album (07) by All About Eve - songwriter, vocalist.
  • 1988 - Top 10 Children (02) album by The Mission - backing vocals
  • 1987 - Top 30 Severina (25) single by The Mission - featured artist (vocals)
  • 1986 - Top 20 God's Own Medicine (14) album by The Mission - backing vocals and featured vocal.

Record labels signed to

  • Phonogram/Mercury/Vertigo - Now Universal - from 1987 to 1991
  • MCA Records - 1991-1992

Live performance

Countries performed in:

  • UK
  • Ireland
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Belgium
  • Austria
  • Switzerland
  • Former Yugoslavia
  • Italy.

Largest audiences

  • 1990 - three nights at London's Royal Albert Hall - 8,000 per night - total 24,000
  • 1989 - Supporting Simple Minds at Roundhay Park - approximately 60,000
  • 1989 - two nights at Hammersmith Odeon - 3,500 per night - total 7,000

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