Loren Ryan

Toyota Park


Loren Ryan became the 43rd winner of Toyota Star Maker in January 2023 following her performance at the final.
Loren is a proud Gamillaraay woman making a profound effect on the industry by combining her love of music and her traditional language, writing original songs and translating well-known Australian songs into her native tongue.
Her version of Flame Trees, recorded with the blessing of Cold Chisel, has over 427k streams (as at June 2023).
In 2020, Loren released her single Yilalu which premiered live on ABC News Breakfast and ABC’s New Year’s Eve Live TV Special 2020. Flexing her diversity and musical talents Loren’s home-grown nature landed her a spot on the Indigenous Lullabies Project alongside Emily Wurramurra and Emma Donovan, releasing a children’s album Songs for Charlie through ABC Music in February 2022. In 2023, she was invited to be a guest host on Playschool where she was in the studio acting, singing and dancing in a full episode for an upcoming season of the show on the ABC Kids TV channel.
Loren’s performance highlights reflect times like sharing the stage with Troy Cassar-Daley, performing a duet on the main stage at the 2017 Gympie Music Muster with Jessica Mauboy and harmonising with Kelly Rowland on The Voice AU and touring with Australian hip-hop MC and producer URTHBOY.++
Suddenly is Loren’s first single as the Star Maker winner and one of the songs which saw her win the Star Maker competition. It’s a moving song about her five-year-old daughter Charlie.
Her Star Maker year includes performances at Victoria's St Kilda Festival, a celebration of First Nations music, culture and community; the Saltwater Freshwater Festival, and her first international adventure to the 50th CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee.

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