Rosie chats to singer Krystle Warren who is down the line in Brighton, one of her tour stops in the UK. She has a busy schedule as she also supports Rufus Wainwright on his tour. Nevertheless she has still time to share with us her tricks to look after her amazing voice. Krystle is famous for her cover versions and also has one on this tour, to find out what her latest ‘mystery cover’ is, you best catch her live. There’s more to look forward to: The second side of her current album “Love Song: A Time You May Embrace” is due out next summer and she has even plans for a new album. So far, she gives away that it will have a more gloomy and depressing tone – perfect for November.
Rosie is joined by Francis Alexander, artistic director of SACRED, a season of contemporary performance art at Chelsea Theatre. He tells us how the season came about and what we can expect: In December, for example, the mother and daughter team Vicki Sutherland and offspring Sian Ní Mhuirí show ‘Tattooing – The Smoke’, where Vicki Sutherland tattoos her daughter Sian Ní Mhuirí live on stage, celebrating love, violence and acceptance of change.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but that’s what you could hear on the show:
1) Rufus Wainwright: ‘Out Of The Game’ from the album “Out Of The Game”
2) Krystle Warren: ‘Every Morning’ from the album “Love Songs: A Time You May Embrace”
3) Michael Nouri: ‘King’s Dilemma’ from the cast recording of “Victor/Victoria”