Rosie has singer Heather Peace on the phone to talk about her debut studio album “Fairytales”, which will be out on 21st May. She also touring the country and will be at the Islington Assembly Hall on 5th June. Find out more on heatherpeace.com.
In the studio is Clayton Littlewood, author of ‘Goodbye to Soho’, the follow-up to his award-winning book ‘Dirty White Boy – Tales of Soho’.
Marc Almond wrote about ‘Goodbye to Soho’: ‘Clayton has been seduced by Soho’s sleazy magic and through him so are we.’
Clayton is reading from ‘Goodbye to Soho’ at Gay’s the Word on 3th May.
On 10th May, together with Maggie & Martin, who celebrate the release of their debut album “Union”, he throws a launch party at Madame Jojo’s in Soho from 7pm-10pm. Come and join them, it’s a free event. More details on claytonlittlewood.com
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but that’s what you could hear on the show:
1) Patrick Wolf: ‘House’ from the album “Lupercalia”
2) Heather Peace: ‘Better than you’ from the album “Fairytales”
3) Sea of Bees: ‘Broke’ from the album “Orangefarben”