Louise Campion is a singer-songwriter, originally from South Africa, now based in London. For over 20 years, she has been involved in numerous CD recordings in various capacities - singing, playing piano, songwriting, and vocal arrangements.
Over the years Louise has sung and played piano alongside many people including: Jake Isaac, Elle Limebear, Henry Seeley, Sean Feucht, Riana Nel, Brad & Josh Klynsmith, Civil Twilight, Daena Jay, Jules Burt. She was part of Hilton Greig’s band who opened for Grammy and Dove award winning gospel artists: Michael W. Smith and Casting Crowns on their respective SA tours. She also opened for The Brilliance alongside the Voices of Hope Choir for their main show in London towards the end of 2019.
Her song “Hold me Father”, releasing 1 June 2020, has impacted many people’s hearts and lives around the world over the years. For nearly two decades it was a dream of hers to record the song with an orchestra. The production of the song attracted significant attention and some of the leading UK musicians chose to be part of the recording. Neil Costello produced the song whilst Mark Edwards and Julian Wiggins created the orchestral score. Noel Tredinnick conducted the All Souls Orchestra, and Lawrence LJ Johnson arranged and performed the backing vocal parts alongside Tarna’Renae Johnson & Margo Michelle. Ali Berry created the LIV Choir arrangement, and the song was mastered by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road Studios.
Louise also recorded a special version of Hold me Father with the LIV Village Choir recorded by Niklas Fairclough in South Africa, to help raise awareness for the orphaned and abandoned children at the village.
London, United Kingdom