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Swapna Abraham is an internationally renowned singer/songwriter who hails from Kerala, India, and has composed thousands of songs and recorded over a hundred in a career that took wings in 1992. She has performed before live audiences in several countries including USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Kenya, Tanzania, Bahrain, UAE, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Israel and India. Reputed to be a gospel singer she is also known for her soulful songs covering different walks and vagaries of life. Her style of music stretches across the entire gamut from pop and country to folk and soul. Her albums released before the thousand-day saga, Live the Dream and SwanSong are available on this site, along with her recent singles Cheating On You, Loved, Sweet & Dangerous, Save, Faces From The Past, No Love Lost, Unforgiven, Love Can't Say Goodbye, Shout, Love Yourself A Little While and Choices.

In 2010 she was the recipient of the NeedStar Women's Day citation 'role model for her progress and success in the field of mainstream career, art and entrepreneurship'. This was followed by the Maestro Award – LAMP-ICONGO Karmaveer Chakra in 2012 for her contribution to gospel music, and in 2019 she received the Aspire World Award for her 'passion for excellence' at the 31st Global Women's Empowerment Summit. This formidable goal of creating one of the biggest world records ever in singing-songwriting was without doubt a prodigious feat, but achieved seamlessly and with four to her credit, by this extraordinarily blessed person. A mentor, interior designer, actor, corporate professional and author with her book She Played In The Dark on the lessons and journey of the thousand days, Swapna was awarded a doctorate (honoris causa) in music from Vinayaka Mission's Research Foundation (Deemed To Be University). She is a proud mother of two and grandmother of three.

I love music, I believe in the power of music, I consider music a great gift from God. Singing and songwriting have always been my best and favorite expression. I wish that those with this gift could bless the world with it and be blessed by it, such that they don't have to waste their time, energy and passion pursuing other and insignificant things. We will die, but our songs will live after us. - Swapna Abraham

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