GUEST: Leanne Louise
The last time we met you were in an Open Mic Competition, she didn’t get beyond the regional finals how ever she says it was the starting point for her song writing and performing. Leanne received some great feedback: Open Mic UK judging panel ”excellent song well performed with quirky voice and originality”.
Leanne has been in the studio and recorded 5 new tracks that she wrote and produced herself. Today we played:
- I like
- No Richer in Love
- Summers Day
And on the 1st June – Summers Day will be available to download so keep an eye on her face book page for more details or go to:
Here are a few dates that Leanne Louise already has in the diary:
11th June Mild Mead School Chelmsford
19th June London Living Room, Tower bridge
23rd Bar house Chelmsford
30th July Camden
Fast tracking for Glencore to the FTSE 100, Iceland sales send a chuilling message to Morrisons, Banks and Building societies have had their credit ratings cut, Job losses at printers due to large drop in profits
The Billericay Boxing team took on a Yorkshire Select squad in their own back yard and won five of the seven fights. All of the bouts were matched at a top level by the host club.
Welterweight fighter “John Wayne” Hibbert hopes that Sky TV’s Prizefighter bill will bring him the biggest payday of his career. And it could open the door for an even brighter future for the Orsett-born pugilist – whose real name is Wayne Hibbert. The Stanford-le-Hope-based fighter will be doing battle at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on June 7. Tickets for the night can be had from Wayne on 07938 660516.
ESSEX Spartans American Football team climbed to the top of their division with a hard-fought 16-7 away victory over the Milton Keynes Pathfinders. The Spartans next play away against the Norwich Devils on Sunday, June 5, before returning to Hannakins Farm to face old foes Bedfordshire Blue Raiders on Sunday, June 19
The fourth instalment in The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has become the biggest UK box office opener so far this year.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides made £11.6m during its first weekend.
But it made less in its first few days than the previous Pirates film, At World’s End, which took £13.4m four years ago.
Fast and Furious 5 stayed at number two on the chart, with takings of £537,617.
Thor dropped from top spot to number three while Insidious remained at four.
The two other new entries in the top 10 were thriller Blitz, starring Jason Statham and Paddy Considine, and comedy drama Win Win.