Lara Veronin

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Lara Veronin
Background information
Birth name Lara Veronin
Also known as 梁心頤 Liáng Xīn Yí (Official Name in Taiwan and China)
Born 2 May 1988
Origin California, United States
Genres C-pop
C-rock
R & B
Rock
Soul
Alternative
Blues
Dance - See Lara Veronin#Style
Occupations Singer
Instruments Voice
Years active 2004–present
Labels Alfa Music (2004–present)
Associated acts Nan Quan Mama

Lara Veronin is a Russian-Taiwanese-American singer born on 2 May 1988. She is famous for being the lead vocalist of the C-Pop band Nan Quan Mama. The band's first album Treasure Map and second album Nan Quan Mama, Version 2 both peaked at #4 on the Taiwanese Album Charts [1][2][3]. She has also appeared as a featured voicalist on Jay Chou's sixth album November's Chopin on the track Coral Sea.

Biography[change | change source]

Veronin was born and raised in Monterey Park, California, America and moved to Taiwan in her teens. Her father is a Russian American, and her mother a Taiwanese. She speaks fluent English and Mandarin as shown in her songs, but says she is unable to speak Russian.

Reportedly, Veronin's talent was discovered when she met C-pop singer Jay Chou at a restaurant where she was working. He was interested in her voice and recruited her for his band, Nan Quan Mama. Her role as the lead singer of Nan Quan Mama gave her instant fame.

She gained greater recognition as her songs "靠近一點點 Kao Jin Yi Dian Dian" and "Say You Love Me" were chosen to be theme songs for It Started With A Kiss, a Chinese romantic comedy television series in 2005.

In 2006, Veronin was cast in the television series Engagement for Love, co-starring Alex To and Ambrose Hsu.

As of now, Veronin is studying in college in Taipei while continuing her music career.

Style[change | change source]

Her musical style is often disputed (argued about). This is because most of her songs when she performs solo are in the alternative or pop-rock genre, but when she performs as a vocalist in the band Nan Quan Mama, she often sings blues- and soul-influenced dance music.

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