Heidi Browne on BBC Radio

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Local singer songwriter Heidi Browne from Market Drayton was interviewed on BBC Radio Stoke yesterday as she gears up for performing live at the NEC in Birmingham as part of the OpenMicUK final.

Anyone wishing to support Heidi in Birmingham (18th January) can purchase tickets from her website. They cost £20, which includes parking at the NEC. Email info@heidibrowne.co.uk.

Heidi released her second album just before Christmas and having had a sneak preview, AudlemOnline can strongly recommend it to all our readers. 'Lost in Grey' costs £8.00 and is available from her website: www.heidibrowne.co.uk.

As well as performing and songwriting, Heidi also runs life drawing classes at Adderley village hall, the first of which was yesterday evening.

Sessions will run each Monday evening from 7.30pm — 9.30pm at Adderley Village Hall and are payable as £30 for 6 week session, or at £6 a time. Money will go to pay for room hire, models and materials.

Readers interested in listening to the BBC Radio Stoke interview can do so by clicking here.

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