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Julia Kahn

Julia Kahn

In this episode, we dive deep with Julia Kahn, a rising star in the Nashville alt-pop scene. Julia’s music, known for its soul-stirring vocals and genre-blending production, has captivated millions on platforms like TikTok and BBC Radio.


We discuss her latest singles, and the creative process behind her stunning videos, and get a glimpse of her life behind the scenes. Plus, Julia answers our signature three questions every guest faces. Don’t miss this inspiring conversation with an artist who’s transforming the music landscape!

You can find Julia Kahn across various platforms to explore her music and connect with her:

These links will lead you to her latest singles, videos, and more insights into her creative process and behind-the-scenes moments. Enjoy diving into the world of Julia Kahn!

Cheryl Baker

Cheryl Baker

Cheryl Baker, born Rita Maria Crudgington on March 8, 1954, in Bethnal Green, London, is an iconic figure in the music and television industry.


She rose to fame as a member of the pop group Bucks Fizz, which won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 with the song "Making Your Mind Up." This victory catapulted them to international fame, and they went on to achieve significant success, including three UK number one hits: "Making Your Mind Up," "The Land of Make Believe," and "My Camera Never Lies"​

Before joining Bucks Fizz, Cheryl had already participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1978 as part of the group Co-Co, finishing 11th with the song "The Bad Old Days"​. Her career with Bucks Fizz was marked by a series of hits throughout the 1980s, during which they sold over 15 million records and had more than 20 hit singles. More about Cheryl on her website​ Cheryl Baker.

After leaving Bucks Fizz in 1993, Cheryl transitioned into television presenting. She became a well-known face on British TV, co-hosting shows like "Record Breakers" for 11 years and presenting her own show, "Eggs 'n' Baker," which ran for five years.


Her television career includes appearances on numerous reality TV shows such as "Popstar to Operastar," "Celebrity Mastermind," and "Dancing on Ice"​.

Cheryl continues to perform with Mike Nolan and Jay Aston, rebranded as The Fizz, releasing albums such as "The F-Z of Pop" and "Smoke & Mirrors,"

Rod Clements

Lindisfarne & Rod Clements

In 2024, the esteemed folk-rock group Lindisfarne embarks on a UK tour, marking 60 performances that include shows at O2 Academy venues in Bournemouth, Leicester, and London's Shepherd's Bush.


Known for classics like "Run For Home", "Meet Me On The Corner", and "Lady Eleanor", Lindisfarne, under the guidance of founding member Rod Clements, continues to captivate audiences more than five decades since their inception in the north east of England.

Rod Clements comments, “As long as people keep returning to our shows, we'll keep performing. We're excited to be performing at O2 Academy theatres for the first time in 2024.” This tour aligns with new releases celebrating the band’s legacy and that of founding member Alan Hull.

History of Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne’s history is rich with hits that have become staples in British music culture, including "Meet Me On The Corner", "Lady Eleanor", "Run For Home", and "Fog On The Tyne". These songs have contributed to the band's lasting impact since their formation in 1970 by Alan Hull and Rod Clements.


Lindisfarne is credited with a distinctive sound that merges acoustic and electric elements, which played a crucial role in their successful albums and live performances.

Their 1972 album ‘Fog On The Tyne’ was the UK's best-selling album of the year, thanks in part to the hit "Meet Me On The Corner" penned by Clements. Their influence continued with subsequent albums and their reputation as live performers solidified their status as festival and concert favorites.

The current Lindisfarne lineup features Rod Clements, Steve Daggett, Paul Smith, Ian Thomson, and Dave Hull-Denholm, showcasing a mix of original and longstanding members. They promise a tour filled with their globally recognized songs, delivered with the unique energy that has defined their live shows since the 1970s.


The Eves

The Eves

The Scottish pop duo 'The Eves', consisting of Caroline Gilmour and Marissa Keltie, stands out in the UK music scene with their engaging, melody-driven pop music.

Their recent singles, 'Big Love' and 'Brand New Day' have garnered significant attention from both the media and radio platforms. Notably, 'Big Love' was chosen as the official anthem for the Scottish Women’s Football 2022/2023 League Season.

'Brand New Day' achieved remarkable success, being featured for five weeks on the BBC Radio 2 playlist. It ascended to No. 6 on the iTunes pop charts and No. 15 on the main download chart, also breaking into the top 65 on the UK Official Charts download single charts. Additionally, the song was included in an episode of The Kardashians in 2022.

The duo's performance history is impressive, including opening acts for Belinda Carlisle, live sessions on BBC Radio Scotland, opening for The Shires, tours with Skerryvore and Horse, and performances at notable events like TRNSMT and the BT Murrayfield Stadium for the Guinness Six Nations Rugby in 2023.

Ahoy there! A wee reminder we are performing at ButeFest this year on Sunday 28th July! Can’t wait!

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Sean Smith

Sean Smith

Artist. 1/2 of @thexfactor finalists Same Difference. Sean Smith's new song out: 'Feels Like Forever'

Multi-talented guy


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Katrina Leskanich

Katrina Leskanich

Katrina Leskanich, originally from the US, was heavily influenced by the West Coast sound, Motown, and girl groups like The Shangri-Las and The Shirelles. She relocated to the UK in 1976, where she established the band "Katrina and the Waves."


Their initial surge in popularity came when The Bangles covered their track "Going Down To Liverpool."


The band's global breakthrough was with "Walking on Sunshine" in 1985, which led to a Grammy nomination and a series of hits both in the US and the UK, alongside extensive international tours. In 1997, their song "Love Shine A Light" secured a victory at the Eurovision Song Contest by a record-breaking margin, which was followed by four appearances on Top of the Pops.


Following the dissolution of Katrina & the Waves, Katrina released two solo albums, titled 'Blisland' and 'Hearts, Loves, and Baby's.'



Rozalla, a Zambian dance music artist, gained fame for her 1991 hit "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)", a track that achieved significant success and underwent numerous remixes and re-releases.


Her career reached a notable peak in 1992 when she opened for Michael Jackson during his tour, showcasing her talent on a global stage.


In 2015, Rozalla made a remarkable comeback to the Top 10 of the Billboard Club Dance Charts with "If You Say It Again", marking her first return to the top ranks since 1994.

She is a lovely lady to chat with and I have been very lucky to have interviewed her now 3 times over the last 4 years!

Find Rozalla on YouTube: Rozalla - Official


Find Rozalla on Instagram:

Rozalla's Official Channel, featuring her best-known hits and introducing brand new music.


Download her tracks on Spotify

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