Emily Wrench from Dormansland Charity Viewpoint talks about Horse inspired NVT courses with Chrissy.
Emily travelled to Susy Towers today to join Chrissy in spreading the word about the centre’s Non Verbal Training courses, and the work they do at the centre which all started from using the rescue horses and ponies there to help people.
Joe (Bass) and Alan (lead vocs) from the superb Croydon, Surrey Band, ‘Bellevue Days’ dropped by Susy Towers to share some tracks from their upcoming album ‘It can’t possibly go wrong ever’, and chat about the bands hopes and dreams.
ROZALLA, who gained the name “The Queen of Rave” after her 1991 success with “Everybody`s Free” spoke to Susy Radio`s Neil Munday in possibly one of the best telephone interviews ever conducted on Susy Radio set up by her representative and friend, Jonathan Dahl, who messaged Neil the next morning stating:
“Rozalla text me saying it was one of the best interviews she has done and look forward to more when the album is out”
Rozalla`s single is out now from all good download stores and the video available on You Tube. The album, which the title is still to be announced, is due in 2020.
Talented local Songstress Stephanie Whitelock, from Woodhatch, stopped by Susy Towers today to chat to Chrissy about her son Gabriel, and how she is raising money for his treatment by singing at the Harlequin Redhill next Saturday the 28th September.
Lucy May is a Singer/Songwriter from London with influences ranging from 60s Motown to Country.
Having released two full albums, the last being “Little By Little” in 2017, she continues to perform regularly here and in the States, particularly New York.
Her first releases were supported hugely by BBC Radio 2, including Terry Wogan, Graham Norton and Ken Bruce.
She has supported Michael Bolton at the Royal Albert Hall and has written and recorded with top Country artists in Nashville.