I can’t quite get over the morning I have had! BBC Radio 2.. Chris Evans Breakfast Show… I used to listen to him on my way to school every morning and only dreamt that one day I would actually be able to play my songs live in his studio on National Radio! I also had the great pleasure in meeting David Walliams… WOW! What an amazing man! Talented flautist  “Simenon” joined in on my song “A Place Called You” on the second time round playing it and we had so much fun…  LISTEN HERE! I start at around 1 1/2 hours into the show… http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0384855

Here I am in the studio with David…






Chris Evans… YOU ARE AMAZING! After my performance I was invited to play Carfest…

SO EXCITED! http://www.carfest.org/page.cfm 



… Since the interview I have all three EP’s in the top 15 of the iTunes Singer Songwriter Charts! WOW!

I want to say a massive thanks to all my friends, family and supporters out there who have been tweeting, facebooking and generally being lovely and wonderful. I can’t tell you how much it has touched my heart and how LUCKY I feel to have you all on this journey with me.

I just wanna also say a HUGE thank you to my Mum – who I just know would be SO PROUD and is shining like the angel she is right now, Pete Woodroffe, Flemming Associates, Claire Paxton-Rider, Absolute Marketing and Distribution, Alex Simpson, Dad, Ellen, and my amazing band who tour with me in my little red bug that breaks down! You have no idea how much you all mean to me!

New found friends xxx

New found friends xxx

The wonderful Jenn Bostic and myself… I am so lucky to have met her. It’s all thanks to Terry Wogan for playing our singles on his radio 2 show!
Anyway, we started tweeting and got along so well. Jenn is currently living in Nashville, but over in UK supporting Christian Kane, so we decided to meet up for dinner in Covent Garden. Two days later we did a magical show together at Bar Des Arts, Guildford (my local venue).

I feel like she and I are kindred spirits and it is amazing to think that music can bring two people from the other side of the world together in such a special way.

Here’s to the first of many gigs together. It’s wonderful how the Universe works sometimes.