Connie was a born performer, beginning her singing career in church choirs from the age of five until she was 17 years of age. Her musical influences are wide ranging and include Ray Charles, John Lee Hooker and Maria Callas. She also adores jazz, which is very evident from her stage performances. In her early career, she recorded five White Label discs and one album of garage and soul music in the 1990s. In addition, she has provided the vocals for the theme music of several television programmes and for British Handmade Films...
Now the multi award-winning blues/roots artist returns with her new album BLUE ON BLUE:
I hear people say it, but this is the album I wanted to make, a small dream - but my dream and babies, I did it! From songs "Blame" written for my mother, Marylou, to "Blue Blue" for early blues women who would walk into the bars with nothing but a big voice, a big gin and a trumpet player toodling his wares! Special Big thanks and big cuddles for my husband Terry who made it all happen and stood on stage with me all those nights and of course all those people who came along with me down the road, not to mention you for listening.
Just remember "The only thing better than singing is more singing" Ella Fitzgerald... I intend to do just that x