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When did you decide that a career in music was for you?


I haven’t ever thought of music as a career move - just something I do, it’s my thought process and what I’ve grown up in. Music is my diary, whenever I have something on my mind I have to turn it into a song, it’s always been my therapist and my favourite thing to do! 


Who are your musical inspirations and why?


I grew up with Alanis Morisette being blasted out my mums car screaming ‘ITS LIKE RAINNN’ I think when you are a child you get inspired by what your parents are listening to , so I always loved that singer songwriter style of music. Then I fell into modern country and discovered artists like Chris Stapleton and Maren Morris who do a great job of crossing multi genres.


Can you tell me 3 things about yourself that people might not already know?


- I don’t like clutter, I don’t like to overbuy or make mess - my home is all white and clear from stuff! Like a mini rehab .. I think I’m so hectic in my mind that I keep my personal space really empty!! 

- I once got asked to photograph the queen! I always forget to tell people that, but I spent a period of my life as a photographer! 

- I am a huuuge dog lover. 


What song of yours best describes you and why?


My songs are my journal so it’s really different moments in my life. 

Space -was written on a flight to meet someone I was dating. 

She looks like me - was written after running into an ex with someone new.

Home - was written after a one night crush in a club! 


My new song ‘What Good Looks Like’ is written about my parents ..


All of the songs are me! 


What has been the best gig you have done to date and why?


Brighton pride - absolutely epic. I am a huge pride supporter and the energy, love and cowgirl tassels were exactly what I’m here for! 


If you could perform a gig at any venue where would it be and why?


I’d love to play the Opry!! Country girl at heart. 


What has been your best achievement to date and what would you like to achieve in the future?


I don’t like to mark things as achievements - just grateful that I get to play my songs and have fun along the way. Getting awards are nice but not what I’m set out for. I just want to keep doing what I’m doing and see where the journey takes me! 


What has been the best gig you have been too as a fan and can you tell us about it?


Music is always linked to memories, seeing gigs where at that time in your life the music is speaking to you — I have so many great gig memories. Seeing Fleetwood Mac on a Sunday at Isle of Wight Festival was great. One of my favourite performances could have been seeing P!nk - she was doing acrobats and being dunked into water upside down and still had amazing vocals, I always remember that as one of the most impressive gigs! But I love going to smaller shows, country festivals and had some magical moments where other artist friends have played the songs we’ve written together.


What would your ideal festival line up be and why?


Ooohhhh—- it would be Dolly Parton, Chris Stapleton, alanis morisette, Maren Morris, queens of the Stone Age, Sheryl Crow, Arctic Monkeys, Natasha beddingfield … a country crossover! 


What would you say is the best piece of advice you have ever been given?


There’s always going to be someone out there better than you, or more deserving, so work hard and be the kindest person in the room- and you never know what opportunities you will end up with! 


What things make you happy and what things annoy you?


Dogs make me happy. Travelling. Going on health retreats I’ve recently discovered is a happy place for me. 


Stuff that annoys me — the amount of plastic in the super markets! 


What things do you like to do when you are away from music?


Boxing! The second best therapy to music! 


Do you think social media and the internet are a good thing in the music industry?


Social media is a great marketing tool, I only started this venture because I had posted a live version of me singing Space and people asked where they could download it.. I would probably not have been the artist I am now if it hadnt been from the encouragement of people on social media. 


How important do you think your look and image is when it comes to being in the music industry?


Just be yourself. That’s all you can be.



If you could say one thing to your fans what would it be and why?


Thank you for the love and allowing me this journey! 


What was the first record or song you purchased and why?


First song I bought was Usher 8701 on cassette and listened to it on the school bus. 


What would say to someone thinking about becoming a musician and getting into the music industry?


Be authentically yourself. 


If you could have written one song from history which would it have been and why?


Blue ain’t your colour - love those lyrics! 


What has the rest of the year got in store for you?


My EP ‘Lone Ranger’  is out at the end of May with the first track "What Good Looks Like" out on 19th April. . It’s a song about how my parents have shown me what a good relationship is.. so whoever comes along, they better be just as good! 

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