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Carmen D'Cruz

Carmen D'Cruz

Carmen D'Cruz


Born in Croydon in the mid 80s to a teenage couple, Carmen D'Cruz spent her formative years singing for food and sundry items in school and at church. Raised a Catholic by her devout mother, she has developed the religiously militant inability to admit when she's wrong, even when the evidence is incontrovertible. Some have speculated that this is why she doesn't take anything seriously, except bullying. Initially, she started playing the guitar at 15 to impress a boy she liked. Read more on Last.fm
Born in Croydon in the mid 80s to a teenage couple, Carmen D'Cruz spent her formative years singing for food and sundry items in school and at church. Raised a Catholic by her devout mother, she has developed the religiously militant inability to admit when she's wrong, even when the evidence is incontrovertible. Some have speculated that this is why she doesn't take anything seriously, except bullying. Initially, she started playing the guitar at 15 to impress a boy she liked. This didn't work, and it wasn't until the age of 17 when she finally kissed her first ever boyfriend (also the bassist in her first band, Nine Pink Tents).

They never performed any gigs as she started dating the keyboardist, and the band eventually grew apart due to apathy, a common problem in her personal life. Her most successful band followed at aged 18, the illustrious One Night Band, with Bruce Misra and Joe Burbidge. They did two gigs: Tidal Aid and someone's birthday in a church hall in Wallington. Whilst at college, she performed many solo gigs, making a name for herself as "The Vibrator Girl" owing to the popularity of a song called "Mechanical Love". This song has been requested at every single gig her mother has ever attended. Currently, Carmen D'Cruz is writing a rock opera[1]. Even though she is very busy, she manages to update her twitter on a regular basis[2].

She continues to write songs for her new band, The Voodoo Bandits, comprised of herself, and Messrs James Rampton (bass) and Peter Joyce (Saxophone). She has asked for a cowbell for her birthday. She also makes hats, scarves, voodoo dolls, dresses, woollen roses and cardigans[3]. Read more on Last.fm.

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