LAMBLION, the husband-and-wife duo breathes to life a spirited world of storytelling. Drawing from early lives spent in Portugal and Serbia, their vocals weave emotional expression into soulful melodies and harmonies, with celestial highs and lows that transcend traditional forms of music making.  Their songs are born of Spirit and serve to empower all those who open their hearts to receive.  

Their debut EP entitled ONLY THE BRAVE features songs produced by Thomas McKay, Marc Copley, and Oliver Pigott.  The EP's 4 songs and exclusive behind-the-scenes stories are available NOW on Bandcamp.  

GIVE to LambLion Ministries by purchasing and listening to the EP below. 




About Oliver and Danka

Born in Toronto, Canada, raised in Portugal and now living in Nashville TN, Oliver Pigott has a gypsy soul. His music reflects a rich experience of love, loss, triumph and despair, sung with a voice ever-changing from resonant baritone to soaring falsetto.

Oliver’s fascination for musical performance began at the age of nine, when his mother moved him and his siblings to Portugal following their musician father Jacques’s death. Aside from a few photos, all Oliver had left of his dad were his harmonicas and vinyl blues collection, which led him to learn every harmonica lick in the song “Forty Days and Forty Nights” from the Muddy Waters album “Fathers And Sons”. So began a lifelong journey of artistic discovery.

After the family moved back to Canada, Oliver attended an arts high school reminiscent of the movie "Fame", where he majored in Music Theatre. This experience helped solidify his aptitude for the performing arts and prompted him to start his first band, "Laughing Sam's Dice", which would play all-ages events around Toronto at legendary venues like The El Mocambo and The Rivoli.

At the age of 21, he signed a development deal with BMG Music Publishing and spent the next few years writing and gigging in the US and Canada, playing opening sets with renowned musicians like Joe Bonnamassa and Colin Hay and dividing most of his time between Toronto and Los Angeles.
Moving to London, UK in his mid-20s, the travelling troubadour fine-tuned his stage persona, playing stages across Britain and Europe. He briefly sang lead vocals for a blues rock band called The Black Hand, recording a three-song demo with English producer Nick Tauber (Thin Lizzy, UFO) at the famous Abbey Road Studios. 

 A Canadian Idol casting call brought Oliver back to Toronto, where he auditioned for the TV series along with his brother Sebastian. The two ended up as finalists, subsequently recording and performing internationally as The Pigott Brothers. Their songs "Alien Like You" and "Hard To Go" were featured in the internationally syndicated award-winning TV series "Being Erica."
On the heels of the considerable public attention he'd received, Oliver played the lead role and had his music showcased in the Stan Harrington movie "Lost Angels", which went on to win awards for Best Feature Film Soundtrack and Best Original Score at film festivals across America. More recent accomplishments include being the featured vocalist for the War Memorial in Ottawa to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge,  playing a gala with Gordon Lightfoot called "Walk You To The Water" (named after one of Pigott's songs) at The CBC's Glenn Gould, and singing lead vocals for the hit song "Elevator" (2.8 million streams) from the TV series "The Next Step". Oliver also once again served as a frontman,  this time in the Toronto- based rock band The Celebration Army, touring Ontario and Montreal and opening for iconic Canadian acts like The Trews and David Wilcox. 
Now Nashville-based, Oliver is positioned to release a slew of new music. His first American single,  "Eyes My Daddy Gave Me", was released October 20th, 2023 on all digital platforms. The track was produced by Billboard record producer and Grammy accredited songwriter Clarence Jey and mixed by 2x Grammy award-winning Brandon Bell (Brandi Carlile, Miranda Lambert, Zach Brown Band, Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell). To commemorate this milestone, Oliver filmed & recorded a live 8 track LP for an intimate audience at Dark Horse Studios in Franklin, TN, to be released in 2024.
With several songs already in preproduction, 2024 is set to be year of new releases for Oliver Pigott, sure to be enthusiastically received by his newfound American audience. 

DANKA graduated Summa Cum Laude with an Honours BFA in Theatre Arts from Drake University. She earned music diplomas in piano and voice from The Royal Conservatory of Music. 

The last decade has been spent performing, directing and producing theatrical productions in the US and Canada. Most recently, she served as the co-artistic director of Sterling Theatre Company in Toronto. During her time in the theatre world, Danka has been involved in over 30 theatrical productions. 

Danka has also trained extensively in expressive arts healing techniques and loves to develop and facilitate workshops.  When she's not busy being a mom to her twin boys, she spends time singing and enjoys creating creative educational content for children.