Tag Archives: Susan Hedges

Moggies The Mewsical, Theatre Review. Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Lesley Butler, Maximillian Chase, Peter Grant, Susan Hedges, Samuel Raymond Heller, Mark Lacey, Edwina Lee, Steve Macfarlane, Robert Southworth, Peter Turner, Ozzie Yue.

Life on Lark Lane is purr-fect for the Moggies, everything they could ask for, all they desire, is there to be enjoyed. All the furry feline’s nine lives are spent doing what cats do best, taking a stroll through the park, fine dining, watching the world go by with good friends and the only blot on the social calendar is having to deal with the squirrels, who are to be avoided just because they’re nuts.

Susan Hedges, Gig Review. International Pop Overthrow 2015. The Cavern, Liverpool.

Susan Hedges at the International Pop Overthrow 2015. Photograph by Ian D. Hall.

Susan Hedges at the International Pop Overthrow 2015. Photograph by Ian D. Hall.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Susan Hedges surely has one of the most distinctive voices on Merseyside. That voice, one that can soar as high as an angel with a helium addiction or as deep and powerful as if able to hold its own in a bar brawl and come out as the last one standing in a cage fight, unbloodied, unbowed and unrepentant, is one of the reasons that Ms. Hedges is always in demand and quite rightly so.

Susan Hedges, Faces Without Names. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Even after a couple of albums it is impossible to ignore the song-writing talent that lives and breathes in the very heart of Susan Hedges. She impossible not to love, a piece of Liverpool that might go unnoticed by the greater population of the country but in the city she calls home, that talented is appreciated and nurtured.

Susan Hedges, City Song. E.P. Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

If Susan Hedges showed her teeth and bared her claws throughout the excellent Kiss My Attitude album then on the City Song E.P. the hurt she put out for all to hear is replaced by one of sensitivity, poetry for something, someone she loves and a joy of a place she is deeply proud to be part of.

Susan Hedges, Kiss My Attitude. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

To meet Susan Hedges is to admire her. To listen to her remarkable voice on her album Kiss My Attitude is to understand that admiration is one thing, but to recognise and fully appreciate the driving force that pushes this extraordinary woman to make such great music, music that is tinged and immersed fully with depth and a burning anger.

Battle Of The Atlantic, 70th Anniversary Charity Album. The Lord Mayor Of Liverpool’s Charity Album 2013/2014.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

To commemorate Councillor Gary Millar becoming The Lord Mayor of Liverpool a unique C.D. has been produced for The Lord Mayor’s Charity appeal. Aptly as it also is the 70th Anniversary of one of Britain’s defining moments as well as the City of Liverpool’s then Battle of the Atlantic, 70th Anniversary Charity Album is a special C.D. to buy, as well as being full of incredible covers of the songs that saw Britain through the dark days of the World War Two.

Guests And Presenters Announced For Inaugural Liverpool Music Awards.

The inaugural Liverpool Music Awards are taking place next month at The Dome on Renshaw Street and it has been announced that chart-topping band Lawson and Liverpool indie stars The Wombats will be appearing as two of the acts at the prestigious event.

The red-carpet event, hosted by Radio 2 D.J. Janice Long, will also see performances from X Factor finalist Craig Colton and M.O.B.O. Unsung Act award winner Esco Williams, Mark Simpson, the first person ever to win both the B.B.C.’s Young Composer and Young Musician titles in the same year along with Liverpool legend Ian Prowse, Cold Shoulder and the Sense of Sound Choir.