In this episode, we interview Alison Wheeler, female vocalist for The Beautiful South between 2003 and 2007. Since then, she’s been the female vocalist with The South, performing all over the UK and recording their album “Sweet Refrains”. In 2010, she recorded the track “Move a little closer” with John Windle of Little Man Tate, and she is also involved with the band The Topers and her own Jazz group Southern Beauty.
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