Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Sally Barker Life Story Interview Finalist BBC The Voice 2014 ……
Sally Barker is a British singer and songwriter, known for her solo work and as a founding member of The Poozies.
With a effortlessly sultry, soulful and powerful voice – Ms. Barker was born to be a Star and songstress!
In Barker’s early career, as a singer-songwriter, she supported acts including Fairport Convention, Taj Mahal, Richard Thompson, Wishbone Ash and Roy Harper.
In January 2014 Barker became a contestant on the BBC One talent contest The Voice.
Sally shot to fame as a folk singer with her remarkably moving, pitch-perfect and tuneful style.
Ms. Barker has the rare ability to put the audience at ease and make every song her own.
Sally’s brand new album is released 22nd September 2014.
Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Sally and Alex Belfield from August 2014:
In 2008, Barker presented “The Joni Mitchell Project” with piano and dulcimer player Glenn Hughes in which they performed an evening of Joni’s songs. An album, Conversation: The Joni Tapes (Vol. 1) was released in August 2010.
In January 2014, Barker became a contestant on the BBC One talent contest The Voice, joining Tom Jones’ team after a blind audition in which she sang “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”. In the battle round on 1 March she sang “Dear Darlin'” with Talia Smith and was put through by Jones.
In the final, on 5 April 2014, Barker sang Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides, Now” and duetted with Tom Jones on “Walking in Memphis”. Having escaped elimination she came runner up to for the series.
Find out more at www.sallybarker.co.uk
Interview recorded by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 25th August 2014