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I don’t like to do interviews, to be honest. I hate interviews.
In the Eighties, I was everywhere. It was hard, because you didn’t see much of your children. I missed out on that. People make sacrifices – doctors, long-distance lorry drivers – and that was mine. I wasn’t left money, I had to go out and earn it.
I always used to sing in the house and I went to school at Hywel Dda Primary School in Ely. I think they had a puppet-type show there and word got around I could sing. I sang at that puppet performance and used to sing in school. From there, it was in my blood. I didn’t want to do anything else but sing.
I’m not a spendthrift. It’s hard enough to earn!
My grandfather, born in 1865, was a copper miner from the age of 10. The air down the mines was poisoned with arsenic, and working conditions were horrific. They only had candles for light, so they worked in a pitch-black environment.
We’ve had Salvationists in the family for more than 150 years.
I had success in Canada, all through Europe, Poland, Czechoslovakia.
As you get older, you do try to be a bit wiser.