Ciaron Bell is a songwriter, producer and programmer from Liverpool. Ciaron works with predominantly pop artists although he has produced albums for artists as diverse as Ian McNabb Space and Tommy Scott and The Real People in the past.More recently he has been co-writing and producing singles and album tracks for his own Kuki project (co-managed by former Deconstruction MD Keith Blackhurst and Kittens’ manager Martin O’Shea) as well as Atomic Kitten and solo members and is now co-writing and producing the debut album of RCA’s rising star Chelcee Grimes.
He has programmed and produced dance tracks for the Cahill/Nikki Belle project and worked on soundtracks for various broadcasters and production houses.
Recently signed to Hugh Goldsmith’s Hotspring publishers Ciaron’s first work for Hotspring was the UK’s Eurovision entry “I Can” for Blue which he co-wrote and co-produced. He has also recently worked with Wiley and Ibiza legend Sander Van Doorn.
Ciaron specialises in developing fledgling singers and artists and is a brilliant pianist with a finely tuned ear for topline hooks and choruses. He works from his own studio within the cutting edge Binary Cell complex in Seel Street in the centre of Liverpool, the studio facilities allow productions to grow from writing demos to finished masters all within the same building. Ciaron also works from Hugh Goldsmith’s Hotspring studios in Surrey.
As a Musical Director and session musician Ciaron has worked with everyone from Gerry Marsden to Atomic Kitten and is always a highly popular addition to any touring band.
Ciaron is available for production work, programming and vocal engineering, collaboration and consultancy on song development and songwriting and as a session keyboard player and piano teacher.
Beyond the usual limits of conventional thought or action;imaginative
Not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff
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