Faye Tozer Exclusive Interview From Steps

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Faye Tozer Exclusive Interview From Steps…..

Faye Tozer is an English singer-songwriter, dancer and stage actress, famous for being a member of British pop group Steps.

In 2011, Tozer starred alongside her fellow Steps band member Ian “H” Watkins in a UK premier tour of a new musical called Rhinestone Mondays.

The musical was the first Country and Western to be produced with Tozer playing the part of Annie; the musical also starred Sean Williamson and Lyn Paul

In 2013, Tozer most recently starred in a new musical called The Tailor-Made Man at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End for a limited 8-week run.

The musical was based on a true story and she played the part of Marion Davies a silent movie star.

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Faye appeared in the West End in Saucy Jacks. She¬†came into the studio to meet Belfield….

Steps were a pop group that achieved a series of charted singles between 1997 and 2001. Their name was based on a simple marketing gimmick: each of their music videos were choreographed, and the dance steps were included with most of their single releases.

Steps formed on 7 May 1997 and disbanded on 26 December 2001. In total Steps sold over 25 million records, including 15 million albums, worldwide.

Since Steps split on 26 December 2001, Tozer has only returned to the pop charts once, duetting with Russell Watson, whom she met at a BBC Proms in the Park concert in 2001.

Their UK single “Someone Like You” charted at No. 10 in May 2002[citation needed] and she joined him on his extensive UK tour around the same time. In July 2006, Tozer was featured as a guest vocalist for Plastic Cinema for two songs: “Take Me Under” and “Any Minute Now”.

Ever since Steps’ break-up, rumours had circulated that they would reunite in one form or another. In 2009, backup singer Lee Latchford-Evans revealed that the band had been approached to perform a series of concerts. He hinted that a future reunion was possible, but that “it isn’t the right time right now”.

In September 2011 Steps said in an interview with Digital Spy that they believed there is a gap in the market for their brand of “happy pop”.

Steps released their Ultimate Collection on 10 October 2011 which became the band’s third number one album. Later, the announcement of a nationwide area tour was confirmed for 2012, followed with a possibility of a new studio album.

Recorded 2006 at Capital Gold by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio.