In this series of revealing interviews, Cat tells tales about influential musicians who have been at the heart of the industry for many years and have moulded and inspired others to follow in their footsteps. Taking a friendly and informal approach, these fresh and relaxed conversations are the sort of chat overheard in the backstage bar about life and music...and occasionally even exposing a few secrets. Sit back, enjoy, and subscribe. The content of these audio recordings is protected under copyright. Jingles by Lesley Curtis.
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Amazing interviews and great insights into the industry!
This is great and interesting!!
Wonderfully produced, Cat does an amazing job with this podcast. The interview is on point and she navigates the interview in such an interesting way.
I’ve tuned into a few of Cat’s Interviews with some musical greats over the recent lockdown period and I must say they always have me hooked and intrigued from the start. Cats’s ability to capture the often unseen side of musicians and vocalists ensures a great fresh appeal to the listener. Added into the mix her amazing candid photos from gigs over the years just amplifies the closeness she gets to the subject and certainly conveys to the listener. This is one Cat who’s got the Cream.
Cat does a great job interviewing musicians from various genres. It’s more like you’re listening to 2 friends chatting. She’s funny, witty, asks poignant questions and makes guests feel at ease. I love listening and think anyone tuning in will enjoy as well.
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