Interviews The Singers Tale

Busker's bottler sings the blues HERALD SCOTLAND, 19TH AUGUST 2015 Herald Scotland Carol Grimes might not include I Could Write a Book in her Edinburgh Fringe show, The Singer’s Tale. The London-born survivor of fifty years in the music business would, however, have every right to sing this Rodgers and Hart standard. Indeed, she is … Continue reading Interviews The Singers Tale

Sing For Joy St Pancras 1 & 2

Singing beside Sir John who had Parkinson's himself & was very involved in saving St. Pancras from the wrecking ball! Pershore Station, or A Liverish Journey First Class by John Betjeman "The train at Pershore station was waiting that Sunday night. Gaslight on the platform, in my carriage electric light, Gaslight on frosty evergreens, electric on Empire … Continue reading Sing For Joy St Pancras 1 & 2

Carol Grimes The Singers Tale a Show an Interview

Photo Kasia Rose Hrybowicz ( My Daughter ) PREVIEW/ INTERVIEW: Carol Grimes -The Singer's Tale, St James Studio, 9th and 26th Feb Carol Grimes was one of the very first performers to appear at St James Studio (preview from 2012). In this new interview with Sebastian, she talked about the first outings of her new … Continue reading Carol Grimes The Singers Tale a Show an Interview

Bombs, Missiles, Beatles and Jazz

An Extract from The Singers Tale ©  published 2017 Carol Grimes OCTOBER 1962/63. ‘Please, Please me.’ Wrote a lot about those times. The Thatcher years 1980s, same crap if not worse! xxx The Beatles. She liked it and thought that George Harrison was rather lovely. She played the Jazz records that Fred had given her, Dave … Continue reading Bombs, Missiles, Beatles and Jazz

War Bombs Marches and listening to Music. 1962-1963. The pic above was taken in 1962 an extract from The Singer’s Tale Book 1

June 21st Summer 2018 I am sitting equidistant between hope and despair hoping that hope will win. BEWARE We have been here before and before and before 'When will we ever learn?'      The Hospital I was born on April 7th, 1944 1962 ‘Please, Please me.’ The Beatles. She liked it and thought that George … Continue reading War Bombs Marches and listening to Music. 1962-1963. The pic above was taken in 1962 an extract from The Singer’s Tale Book 1