Earlier today, Kerry Ellis and Brian May did lots of new interviews with local radio stations to talk about The Kissing Me Song, Record Store Day and their upcoming Born Free tour.
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Earlier today, Kerry Ellis did an interview with Expresso Show to talk about the Born Free Foundation’s Pride of Cape Town. We will let you know once the interview is available.
Earlier today, Kerry Ellis and Brian May recorded two new interviews with Magic FM to talk about launching Tiger Tracks at St Pancras on Friday and their upcoming Born Free tour in June.
On 12 December 2012, Kerry Ellis and Brian May will perform for BBC Wogan’s Christmas Special at Union Chapel, London. The show will be recorded at Union Chapel and then broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on 23 December 2012.
Tune into BBC Three Counties Radio between 2-3pm (GMT) today, 9 November 2012, to listen to a new interview with Kerry Ellis and Brian May who will be talking about their Born Free tour.
Earlier today, Kerry Ellis did an interview with Stephen Foster for BBC Radio Suffolk, talking about collaborating with Brian May on new single ‘Born Free’ and looking forward to the first show of their Born Free tour
Tune into BBC Radio London tonight from 10pm (GMT), 24 September 2012, to listen to a new interview with Kerry Ellis who will be talking about Live at the Hippodrome and Pup Aid.
Last night, 27 July 2012, Kerry Ellis and Lee Mead were interviewed on BBC Radio Guernsey to talk about their upcoming performances in The West End Men. If you missed it, you can listen to the interview on BBC iPlayer
Tune into BBC Three Counties Radio from 1pm (GMT) today, 16 July 2012, to listen to a new interview with Kerry Ellis who will be talking about The West End Men, Live at the Hippodrome, The War of the Worlds and more.
Tune in to 102.5 The ‘Bridge tonight from 6.15pm (GMT) to listen to a new interview with Kerry Ellis. Paul Jenkins will be speaking to Kerry about headlining SMARTFEST2012, life and whether she’s happy to be back in the rainy UK after her visit stateside.