Interviews from 21st October include Paul Carrack, Tony Henderson from Transmedia742, Michael King & Lou Dalgleish from My Darling Clementine, Becky Mills, along with Craig Douglas.
Paul Carrack is an English singer, songwriter and musician. Carrack has been a member of several bands including Ace, Squeeze, Mike + The Mechanics, and Roxy Music, been a session and touring musician for several others including Nick Lowe, and has enjoyed success as a solo artist as well. His distinctive voice appears on some of his affiliated bands’ best-known hits.
Transmedia742 was founded by Arthur Anderson and Tony Henderson, who between them can claim fifty years experience of event management and production, tour management, video production and sound recording.
Michael King, the seasoned troubadour, and the former leader of U.K. Alt Country pioneers The Good Sons (who MOJO dubbed “England’s very own Uncle Tupelo…”,) is widely seen as one of Britain’s finest singer songwriters. Lou Dalgleish is one of the finest female singers in the UK. She has been praised by, and worked with the likes of Elvis Costello, Bryan Ferry, The Brodsky Quartet, and many more. Both are no strangers to successful, independent music careers but after 10 years of marriage, the two turned their attention towards a joint project. The result is My Darling Clementine.
Becky Mills is a singer-songwriter. You can find our more about her at her website, www.beckymills.co.uk
Craig Douglas is an English pop singer, who was popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s. His sole UK chart-topper, “Only Sixteen” (1959), sold more copies in the UK than Sam Cooke’s original version.
Tony Henderson of Transmedia 742
Michael King & Lou Dalgleish of My Darling Clementine