The McBroom Sisters

Durga & Lorelei McBroom

Lorelei McBroom's Biography

"I grew up on folk, rock 'n roll, pop, jazz, and good soul music. My family was progressive in

their approach to my upbringing," says the Los Angeles born singer. As fate would have it, PINK
FLOYD (the Godfathers of Psychedelia) gave Lorelei her first exposure to the road on their
"Momentary Lapse of Reason" and "Delicate Sound of Thunder" tours.

She followed that by touring with the ROLLING STONES. Both the Stones and the Floyd gave
her the chance to be both operatic and bluesy, featuring her in duet with MICK JAGGER on
"GIMMIE SHELTER" and "GREAT GIG IN THE SKY" respectively. Early on Lorelei's singing,
songwriting and arranging talent caught the attention of producer NILE RODGERS (CHIC,
MADONNA, DAVID BOWIE, DAFT PUNK) who recorded her songs with SISTER SLEDGE and
PHILLIP BAILEY of Earth Wind and Fire; whom she also sang featured vocal harmonies with.
Lorelei’s additional music credits include, but are not limited to, the following: BILLY IDOL,
with GRACE JONES & DEBBIE HARRY @ Children’s Health Fund 1987, and Live @ The
Lorelei’s film credits include: The Rolling Stones (ROLLING STONES AT THE MAX, LIVE IN
BARCELONA), Spike Lee in "Summer of Sam", Malcolm Lee in "The Best Man", Pink Floyd in
" Live in Venice", and Mark Collie "On The Road". She also possesses numerous music videos,
live concert tours, and album credits with the aforementioned acts.

She ventured into the world of production; co-producing music featured in video games
(Outlaw Volleyball, Xbox), commercials for AMC Theaters in Brooklyn, and concert promotion
for the internationally renowned Underground Network and Soul Party NYC.

During a brief return to Los Angeles in 2008, Lorelei appeared on Southern California’s premier
Morning Drive radio show, K Earth 101 FM with DJ Gary Bryan. He interviewed her, a record 7
times in 2010! Plus 3 guest spots singing live for the stations call in winners. They created a
series called "On The Road With Rod Stewart" during his 'Soul Book Tour'. With Lorelei
reporting to fans from across Europe; highlights throughout the UK, Dubai, Tel Aviv, and
Moscow. "Rod is one of my favorite singers and his band is soulful and rockin'!”
Lorelei began touring annually throughout Europe, the US and Canada with The Australian
Pink Floyd Show starting in 2011 to the present day. She also independently tours in
Guatemala, Brazil, Argentina, the Mexican Riviera on the YES sponsored ‘Cruise to the Edge’,
and Italy with various other bands. Lorelei and her sister Durga McBroom often sing together.
They created a duet version of "Great Gig In the Sky" with the Australian Pink Floyd that
remains a big fan favorite. Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason invited The McBroom Sisters to sing it with
him at the "Goodwood Festival of Speed" in 2012. Nick said, “The Aussie Floyd have performed
more gigs than we (Pink Floyd) did!" In 2019 former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett featured
Lorelei and Durga McBroom performing lead vocals on his solo release “The Underground
Railroad” from his album ‘At the Edge of Light’. They additionally worked on his song
Wingbeats’ from the album ‘Surrender of Silence’. They later performed with him on Cruise to
the Edge and On the Blue cruises in early 2019.

The McBroom Sisters debuted their first album collaboration in 2020. It includes some of their
favorite Pink Floyd covers and original songs they have written with co-writers like the late
Lemmy Kilmister (Motor Head), Jon Caren, and Guy Pratt (from Pink Floyd). They had their own
featured spot on the 2022 Cruise to the Edge.

In 2021, Lorelei and her production partners David Bryant, Gary Mace (ABC, CBS) and the late
Attorney Kendall Minter, launched Season One of the new web documentary series "Who
Influenced You?" The series focuses on the influences of the featured guest, someone
influenced by them (or their genre/expertise) and young people who are also influenced by the
same genre/expertise; creating a genealogy of influence in 3 parts per episode. Featured guests
have included: Steve Hackett, Ray Parker Jr.(Ghostbusters, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder),
and Marla Gibbs(The Jeffersons, 227, Grey’s Anatomy).

Lorelei will continue to split her focus between backing and lead singing for multiple projects that interest her;
creating custom jewelry for her line at and work as a filmmaker and host in the interest of
the WIY? project. "I will be contributing to music, film and television for years to come!"