Music of a friend

Radio Clatterbridge listeners are used to hearing great music on the air.

But never before has an Album Of The Week been written by a friend of the station.

Michael Moon and the new album

Michael Moon has worked with stars as diverse as Elvis Presley, Suzi Quatro, Pete Wylie and John Denver's guitarist James Burton.

A regular guest on the Coffee Club, he's now collaborated on a brand new album especially for an up-coming young star.

Michael performs on Some Kind Of Crazy with Liverpool Media Academy singer Hollie Clarke, 17, who has appeared in blockbuster musicals Hairspray and Last Train To Auschwitz.


The lyrics are written by Deborah Morgan, an author, poet, playwrite and lecturer in creative writing at Liverpool John Moores University.

Deborah heard Hollie singing in a party and asked to write her a song. One year later, they have an album.

"All three collaborators make this a great album with no poor tracks." - Paul Allt, Presenter

We look forward to welcoming Michael back to the studio next month to hear all about the venutre.

Michael is currently resident at Ricky Tomlinson's The Greenroom and at Liverpool's Eldonian Village.

Tracks from the album can be heard throughout the week during the Coffee Club and Live From The Bridge.

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