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Music


expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.


Victor Hugo


Or at least have my own show on God TV?!


We’re at the bar. What are you drinking? Whiskey. Irish. On the rocks.


Who would you dread getting stuck in a lift with? I’m terrible in lifts as I’m very claustrophobic!! So I’d feel more sorry for the poor person having to cope with a sweaty, shaking mess!


What did you want to be when you grew up? Aside from my dreams of being a champion netball player, I always fancied being a journalist.


But when I realised that it wasn’t like a black and white film where


if you love to sing ... ...DonÕ t keep it to yourself!


Popchoir Muswell Hill Wednesdays 8.00-9.30pm


The Royal British Legion Club, Muswell Hill Road, N10 3NG No audition, no experience required, no need to read music!


Ask about a free taster session and see why Our members go home smiling!


www.popchoir.com 0845 5 190 890 Also Camden, West Hampstead & other London areas


I’d be typing into a vintage typewriter in a smoke filled room and finding the latest scoop, I decided to be a musician instead! Much more realistic!


What song will you have played at your funeral? Do you know something I don’t?! Gulp! Would the Stone Roses “I Am The Resurrection” be in poor taste?!!


What gigs, songs or albums are you promoting at the moment? Our latest single “Days Don’t Get Me Far Enough Away” is out now! Our video for the single features a hilariously silly plot with us lot and BBC Radio2 &


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6 Music presenters Jeremy Vine, Janice Long, Alex Lester & Chris Hawkins!


How can we find out more about you? Our album “Teenager of The Century” is available to buy now, and you can come over and say hi and find out more about us at www.thelights.co.uk, where there are links to all our social sites there!


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