Interviews from 7th December include Lalitha Dodwell, Spike Edney of Queen and SAS Band, Seb and Jon from Nine Miles South, along with Malin – all live in the studio!
Lalitha’s smooth velvety vocals with her crystal clear tones embody the likes of Dido with her awe inspiring performances alongside exceptional guitarist Chris Bailey.
Spike Edney is an English musician who, since the early 1970s, has performed with a number of bands, most notably with Queen, where his participation started in 1984. He was unofficially deemed the 5th member of Queen because of the amount of concerts played with them. Spike can be seen on Queen’s Live at Wembley Stadium DVD, playing guitar on “Hammer to Fall,” and piano on both “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “Tutti Frutti.”. In 1994, he formed SAS (Spike’s All Stars), a band with constantly fluctuating personnel, including musicians from Queen, Whitesnake, Free, Roxy Music, Toto, Spandau Ballet and solo artists including Fish, Roy Wood, Leo Sayer, Kiki Dee and Paul Young. Others that have appeared with the band include Suggs, Lionel Richie, Bob Geldof and Toyah Willcox.
Sebastian Mikkelsen and Jon Antony are from Nine Miles South, playing country and blues inspired hard rock.
Malin is a Boston-based singer originally from Northern Ireland. His name, inspired by the shipping forecast region just north of his homeland, went to America and settled there, hooking up with various musicians and in no time was making a name for himself on the local music scene.
Lalitha Dodwell (Live in the Studio)
Spike Edney of Queen and SAS Band (Live in the Studio)
Sebastian Mikklesen & Jon Antony of Nine Miles South (Live in the Studio)
Malin (Live in the Studio)