Sally later decided to continue her work with the band as a session artist, thus leaving herself free for other projects. This yielded a couple of well reviewed singles and air play on Pete Tong’s essential collection, XFM and a number of other radio programs. In 1999, Sally met music programmer Ned Douglas. Ned’s high profile client list includes top artists such as Dave Stewart, Mick Hucknall, Atomic kitten and Blue.
Ned’s reliable and professional backing tracks provided Sally with a platform to develop her own bluesy writing style. The result of which was an album worth of ambient, laid back tracks very much suited to Sally’s deep, seductive yet wistful vocal style. Sally used this chance to perfect her technique in the studio and found that working on the tracks gave her a renewed confidence as well as providing professional evidence of her vocal and artistic abilities. Sally’s recently worked on the European blues circuit.
Her tours in France have included festivals in Beauvais, Belle–Isle–En–Terre and Cognac. Sally Strawberry is currently working on a variety of new projects whilst continuing to write and record for her forthcoming album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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