Interview with Laurie Black (Solo Musician and Cabaret Compère)
On this special interview episode of the Banned Biographies podcast, Tom Austin-Morgan talks to synthrock cabaret musician and compère Laurie Black.
This conversation came around quickly, despite the fact that I saw her supporting Adam Ant on the Antics tour last summer. We were both busy in the mean time, but today Laurie her releasing her latest single, Spacejunk. Though the song is a year old, the subject (Elon Musk) just keeps getting more controversial. Spacejunk is available to download and stream now wherever you get your music digitally.
Laurie is a really cool person and artist with strong views on a number of topics which are evident in her music and stage act. I can't recommend enough making time to listen to her music and to try to catch a live performance, which for those of you in Australia will be easy as Laurie is performing at the Melbourne and Adelaide fringe festivals from February to April, so you really have no excuse!
You can find out all about her, her music and tour dates at laurieblack.co.uk or find her on Facebook and Instagram. You can find her music on all the usual streaming sites.
The new single, 'Spacejunk', can be found here: laurieblack.co.uk/music
Laurie is an independent artist, so male sure you check out the merch section of the website and buy some of her stuff, from music to lampshades – it’ll make sense in the interview which I hope you enjoy listening to as much as I did having it.
Banned Biographies Merch: https://my-store-cfdac5.creator-spring.com
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