Donna Lewis (born 6 August 1973) is a Welsh singer-songwriter and record producer, best known for the 1996 pop hit single "I Love You Always Forever", and the adult contemporary chart-topper "At the Beginning" with Richard Marx. In 1997, Lewis was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Female.
After releasing her second album Blue Planet, Lewis left Atlantic Records and independently released albums Be Still and In the Pink. Lewis is working on her next album, and performing with her side project, Chute.
At the age of six, Lewis began playing the piano. Her father, a jazz pianist lent encouragement, and while still a teenager, she began composing original songs. Her formal training was at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales, where she majored in classical composition for piano and flute.