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A Voice in a Million

Back to Work and Off Down to Cornwall for Len Cox’s Memorial!

Singing with Len Cox in Arromanches 2016!

It was good to be back at work today after spending all of last week at home. My ten days of self isolating came to an end on Monday and I’m feeling so much better and raring to go. I still have a slight cough but now it’s down to mind over matter the same way you can make hiccups go away if you control your breathing. I do this naturally when I’m singing and during the course of my show today I was able to make it go away. It required some concentration and a few times I had to turn it into a cheeky giggle. It’s all down to technique which makes me think it wont be long before I’m completely back to normal.

On Stage with Len 2016!

Last week I had to do quite a bit of rescheduling and tomorrow after my show I’m straight back into the recording studio. I’m filming my show-reel next week and I need to get my vocals down before I go in front of the camera on Thursday. It’s exciting to see a plan coming together and I expect many of you have already seen a few of my Peaky Blinder inspired shots which will be making up a mayor part of my video. It’s good to do something different and this video will be taking on a Peaky Blinders come Chicago look as I play both the male and female roles. I’ve sorted out most of my costumes and if we have time I also hope to film a couple of 60s numbers too.

This Friday I’m straight down to Cornwall. I feel very proud to be performing for Len Cox’s  memorial. Some of you may remember D-Day Veteran Len Cox from my performances in Normandy as he would always come up and sing with me on stage in Arromanches. Len’s daughter Joanne has booked me to sing for

Remembering Len Cox!

his memorial which is taking place at the church and later at the village hall in Lanreath, Looe. I’ve been asked to perform my D-Day show in remembrance to Len which I’m honored to do. It will be a very special occasion and I shall leave my blog tonight with a few photos and videos of Len and I together in Arromanches. Happy memories of past years. So many of our lovely veterans are no longer with us but I’m so lucky to have these moments captured on film.

Keep Following Toodle Pip and Bye for Now!