Hello one and all and welcome to my news page. Here you can see me as my two alter egos the ever efficient secretary Prudie Jones, Evette the Spivette and plain old little me as you catch up with all that is current in my world. Regrettably unlike Prudie my spelling is quite frightful at the best of times due to my dyslexia so I shall apologise now for anything which might be shamefully mis-spelt. In the mean time I hope you find this page fun, entertaining and informative and become a regular visitor to my site.

Kind Regards

A Voice in a Million

Back on L&D Radio with Sue Jones & New Showreels!

All Set for Sue's Show!

All Set for Sue’s Show!

Hello every-one it’s just a very quick blog this afternoon as I shall be dashing off very shortly to do a radio interview with Sue Jones on L & D Radio. Sue has taken over Alan Pagram’s show as Alan is currently enjoying his holidays on the Isle of Wight. Oddly enough I bumped into Alan while I was performing over there the beginning of August which was where Alan and I first met about 4 years ago. So happy holidays Alan and make the most of the lovely summer weather!

I’ve been quickly preparing for Sue’s interview

Back on the Radio!

Back on the Radio!

today as I have much to talk about and I need to make sure I have all the information to hand when I’m asked questions about my future engagements. I’m flying out to Milan in October. I’ve been booked to perform at a 1940s event in the town of Graffignana which I’m not quite sure how to pronounce so we might have to skirt around that name on the show. It doesn’t help being dyslexic as I always make mistakes, until that is I’ve been tought by someone in the know, how to pronounce and say things properly.

This week has been a very productive week. I was with David my film maker yesterday going through some more showreels. I’ve taken the decision to commission complete takes of “Jonny Be Goode” and “You don’t have to Say you love Me” which will be added to my web-site and embedded into my new 1950s and 60s page very shortly. These songs were used as part of the ingredients which made up my 1950s and 60s showreel.

Rock and Roll Fiona on Film!

Rock and Roll Fiona on Film!

They also stand up well on their own which was why I took the decision to commission a finished film edit. I also have a complete version of “Mr Sandman” where you can see me singing in triplucult and “Diamonds are a Girls best Friend” plus a finished take of my 1920s and 30s showreel. I was supposed to see Rachel my web-designer on Monday but sadly she was taken ill. So get well soon Rachel! I shall be seeing Rachel instead this Monday and handing her the new showreels then although you might have to wait a little longer for “Johnny Be Goode” and “You Don’t have to Say You Love Me”. Watch this space

Johnny Be Goode!

Johnny Be Goode!

and I shall keep you posted! I’ve already seen some of the drafts for my new 1950s and 60s page which is looking splendid and features a lot of the photos I had taken during my last photo shoot. I also want to refresh some of my web-site pages with new photos which I’ve been busy thinking about these last couple of weeks.

I’ve also been thinking a lot about music and dresses and what colours and fabrics will look best on camera. I film again in September and this time I will be combining glamorous tunes from the 1940s and 50s. At first this showreel was just going to be songs from the 1940s but I feel the 40s has rather had its time and event organisers will be looking for something more glamorous in future.

Gosh I’ve just seen the time and I must dash. Thank-you for following and I will be off to the Odyssey show this coming bank holiday so much to plan for.

Keep Watching and Toodle Pip!