Singer/Songwriter/Entertainer and Dallas, TX native Shianne Ladale, AKA Shantell, is one of the most charismatic and soulful singers on the scene today. After graduating from North Dallas High School, she toured with several bands throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. She began her music career as a professional country artist and recorded her first project at Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis, TN. Her love of country music and influence of country artists like legends Patsy Cline, Alan Jackson, Randy Travis and Charlie Pride has inspired this talented individual to use her incredible gift to touch the hearts and lives of many people. Focusing all of her time and energy to hone her craft, Shianne performed at various Opry Houses and clubs in Dallas, Oklahoma, Nashville, West Virginia, California, and Florida. She has appeared on TV shows in Dallas, TX, California, and Nashville, TN. Shianne's country single, "Slow Talking Man" has received rave reviews on the international market in Germany, France, Japan, Sweden, and other countries. An artist with versatility, she has shared the stage with national recording artists Johnnie Taylor and Betty Wright. In addition, she sang with smooth jazz recording artist Michael Walker and has traveled throughout Texas, Nashville, the California Bay Area, West Virginia, and Florida. Shianne is the founder and former lead vocalist of the band Pristine Raeign, based in Wilmington, DE. As Shianne Ladale she brought the band to new heights with her catchy, witty songs, as well as her gift for enthralling audiences that gave PR its creative and engaging edge making it one of the most sought-after groups in the Tri-State area of Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Her band even traveled to engagements in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts—as far north as New Brunswick, Canada and as far south as Nashville. The band has opened for top acts such as guitar legend George Benson. She departed from Pristine Raeign to strike out a new career in a new direction.