Stefan Sings Swing

People in Clatterbridge got a preview of a forthcoming performance in the health park when swinging singer Stefan Livesey popped down to the studios.

The entertainer from Eastham will be crooning to the residents at Elderholme Nursing Home.

Stefan Livesey on stage

Presenter Steve Evans played a number of tracks from Stefan's current album.

The singer also revealed how he used to be a stand-up comedian, working on the same stage as the likes of Johnny Vegas and Neil Fitzmaurice.

Listen to the full interview below

Stefan started out entertaining his friends at school before becoming involved in a Billy Connolly tribute in the 15 minute interval of his friends' band at the Halfway House in Prenton.

Stefan Livesey in the studio

He told Steve he got his "lucky break" when he lost his job and decided he could fall back on his singing full time.

Now he does a few gigs a week and more to earn a crust and is loving every minute!

Steve Evans chats to swinging singer Stefan Livesey on Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

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