Fiona Bevan’s bewitching music has roots that run deep. After an extraordinary career as a writer that ranges from commissions for film, classical compositions and a Tate exhibition to co-penning chart-topping hit, Little Things, she has now released her debut album, Talk To Strangers. Paden R Vaughan caught up with the charismatic singer for this exclusive interview.
Carrie Greene met up with top London-based milliner Alexandra Harper to find out how she entered the
world of millinery, what inspires her work, and how we can all be a little bit
braver when it comes to adorning our heads this summer.
known as the violin playing member of pop-rock band The Corrs, Sharon Corr talks to George R Vaughan about the forthcoming
launch of her second solo album, “The
Same Sun” and how her support of equality for women remains as important to
her as her music.
Beautiful, supremely talented and a true ambassador
for classical saxophone, Amy Dickson is releasing ‘A Summer
Place’ on Sony Classical on 25th August. Patricia McLoughlin caught up with the talented Antipodean who now calls
West London home.
Up to 70% of the calories from our
modern day diets come from foods our
bodies aren’t designed to handle, like grains, dairy, processed foods and
now GM foods. Poppy Watt talks
to nutritionist Suzie Walker founder
of The Primal Kitchen about
something she calls the paleo lifestyle.
She’s sold more than 10 million
albums and spent over two decades in the business but Swedish born Nina Persson has only now decided on
releasing a solo album, Animal Heart.
The former Cardigans front singer
speaks to George R Vaughan about writing,
performing and being a mum.
Platinum selling artist and BRIT
Award winner Kate Nash is
currently working on several projects in the US. George R Vaughan caught up with the innovative singer-songwriter to
find out why she has traded London life for the bright lights and of LA.