03/04/2014 -Sophie’s new band The Misunderstood

After a busy year with the release of  her debut solo album ’Genes’ Sophie has been working on her new project which is her band The Misunderstood. A life long ambition to perform authentic Rhythm n blues and  Northern Soul has finally become a reality. The Misunderstood have their first performance supporing The Blockheads at The Brackley Music Festival on July 4th. Watch this space for more dates later in the year.
16/08/2013 -The birth of GENES!

GENES finally released in June and is now available on Itunes, Amazon and Spotify. Sophie is currently writing a one women show which will tour the UK in 2014. Can’t say too much about it at present its under wraps but watch this space!
07/12/2012 -Live interview with leading life coach -Suzy greaves
29/10/2012 -Album release

I am really pleased to confirm that I am now preparing for the release of GENES which has a single release date and an album release date for early 2013. Watch this space for updates of shows!
17/07/2012 -PRS gives support to VoxOp singer survey
Sophie’s survey has got the backing of PRS. Check out the editorial piece below.
Follow the link:
Singers’ survey tackles vocal injuries
13/07/2012 -VoxOp Singer Survey
10/05/2012 -Stage editorial

I’ve just had a lovely write up in ’The Stage’ which mentions my solo album project and my work with VoxOp.
15/12/2011 -Psychologies Magazine feature

Sophie talks about how she relaxes....with origami!


10/12/2011 -Sophie’s front page flight!

Sophie jumped 15,000 feet out of a perfectly safe aeroplane back in October in the name of charity. Raising money for The Musician’s Benevolent Fund. She sang all the way down!

07/11/2011 -Don’t miss Sophie tomorrow night on Channel 4

If you tuned in to Channel 4 last Tuesday to watch episode 1 of the new ground breaking series The Food Hospital then you know what to expect. Sophie features tomorrow night as shes filmed on a 12 week food diet to tackle the very problem that caused her vocal operation -acid reflux. This is a an issue that many people in the UK suffer with. Go to The Food Hospital Website for more information:

31/10/2011 -BBC Introducing photo shoot

New photos of BBC Introducing live performance by Slawomir Latko LaMir uploaded to the gallery

30/10/2011 -Channel 4 series update

Sophie has spent all summer filming for a new groundbreaking series for Channel 4 called The Food Hospital. The new series addresses serious ailments by treating them with specific food diets carefully put together by a top nutritionist and medical team.
Sophie has suffered with acid reflux for the past 15 years and this problem led to her vocal operation last year. Episode 2 of the series which airs on November the 8th, sees Sophie on a 12 week diet to treat her reflux. The results are....well you will just have to tune in and see!
The Food Hospital 8th November 8pm

11/08/2011 -Sophie to feature in Channel 4 docu series!

We can’t say too much but Sophie has been filming throughout the summer with a TV company, for a forthcoming ground breaking series for Channel 4. Coming to a living room near you soon!

07/04/2011 -VoxOp website goes live!

Sophie’s been busy behind the scenes working on the website for the UK’s first support group for
pre and post op singers. Take a look, it’s now up and running and Sophie is delighted to say that PRS and The Musicians Benevolent Fund have endorsed VoxOp!

21/03/2011 -Sophie performs ’Change’ live on BBC news

18/02/2011 -Guardian write up on Sophie’s song ’Change’ by music critic John Harris

Nice write up by music critic John Harris. I had emailed him about his original article on the lack of protest music in pop these days.


22/12/2010 -PRS ’M’ magazine online Sophie is the first contributer!

Sophie is the very first contributor for PRS ’M’ magazine on line. Click on ther link below

13/12/2010 -Sophie launches the UK’s first Singers Support Group

Sophie talks openly about what led her to  form the UK’s first Singers Support Group

"Going through the experience of a vocal operation was a very difficult and bewildering time for me. The recovery has been long and at times frustrating, with highs and lows along the way. During my week of silence straight after my op I obviously had many hours to ’think’ instead of speak. Having discovered there was no support for pre/post op singers  there was clearly a great need for a group to be set up where singers could go to discuss their fears and anxieties with other singers going through the same vocal problems. Aided by the help of my vocal teacher and speech and language therapist together we have set up the support group VoxOp. It launches in January."

Any singers who are pre or post op and interested in attending the group should contact VoxOp for more info at the email below:
08/12/2010 -Vocal operation

Sophie performing ’Change’ the day before her vocal operation

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