Bonnie Lass o' Liverpool

Radio Clatterbridge listeners have been treated to some music from an up-and-coming singer from Liverpool.

Bonnie-Mae Kearns came into the studio on Thursday evening to showcase her talent on Live From The Bridge.

Bonnie-Mae Kearns in the studio

Bonnie, who is now living in Moreton, has previously sang in two girl bands.

She is now hoping to make a go of things as a solo artist and has started doing the odd charity gig, including a recent function for Claire House along with our very own Dave Robinson from the duo Drift.

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Bonnie is currently recording her first album in a studio and is hoping to get more exposure soon as a solo artist.

Presenter Steve Evans played three of her own tracks in the studio.

"She sounds very Barbra Streisand in one song, with hints of X Factor winner Sam Bailey in another in my humble opinion. I think she has an amazing voice!" - Presenter Steve Evans

Bonnie has performed since an early age. In her own words, she says she is 'a stage baby'.

She writes songs as and when she gets the inspiration, recently writing one on a beer mat whilst in Wetherspoons! She records lyrics on to her phone when they come into her head and puts it all together for a song.

Thanks to Bonnie and her partner/manager Chris Hickson for coming to see us!

Steve Evans interviews Bonnie-Mae Kearns on Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

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