Secret England

Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge have been treated to a live performance from a singer/songwriter described as the North West's "best kept secret."

Caroline England showcased some of her favourite music on Live From The Bridge.

Caroline England performing live

The musician from Hoylake was described by the Daily Mail as "a flame-haired dynamo with a voice to send shivers down the spine".

She told Steve Lord and Graham Hawke about her last album as part of the programme's regular Song Makers feature.

Caroline, who is a working mum, also talked about her live appearances and how she was spotted at a local open mic night.

She is currently recording a new album which is due for release in the new year and listeners had a preview of two the songs in her set.


You can follow Caroline on Twitter and she has several live performances to view on YouTube.

If you are a local singer songwriter and would like to perform live on Radio Clatterbridge, please email Steve.

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