Welcome to the official website of Caroline Redman Lusher

The pioneer of the contemporary choir phenomenon, Caroline Redman Lusher is recognised as a leader of women and as a dynamic and successful businesswoman and entrepreneur.

Founder and director of Rock Choir and a talented solo artist, she is an inspiration to thousands of women across the UK making personal appearances as a solo artist and speaking at high profile events for charities such as Refuge and Missing People.

She is described as 'ceaselessly energetic, enthusiastic and imaginative' (Independent on Sunday), and her entrepreneurial skills combined with her ability to sing 'effortlessly' and to 'orchestrate a crowd by raising an eyebrow' (Sunday Times Culture Magazine) have led to Caroline being nominated for a number of prestigious awards and accolades.

'A force to be reckoned with' (Daily Mail), Caroline was honoured for her ‘exceptional contribution to British music’ on Wednesday 17th October 2012, when she was thrilled to receive the prestigious Gold Badge Award for her exceptional contribution to British music, from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) in association with the Performing Right Society (PRS).

The Gold Badge Awards celebrate the achievements of men and women who have made a special contribution in support of songwriters and composers. BASCA honours only a few people every year, and Caroline received her award alongside Beatles producer Sir George Martin, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, and composer and guitarist John Williams. Previous winners include singer songwriter Joan Armatrading, jazz musician Ronnie Scott and record producer Trevor Horn.