Sisters with Voices
In case you didn’t know, British female singers are super popular these days. Some are good (think Adele) and some just have the right sound for the moment (rhymes with ‘Fluffy’). On Wednesday night, BBC1 takes a look back at the women who forged new musical territory during the 60s and 70s. Part one of ‘Queens Of British Pop’ features seminal artists such as Dusty Springfield, Marianne Faithful, Siouxsie Sioux and more. A host of non-female artists such as Tom Jones and Jarvis Cocker contribute, as well as, err, Henry Winkler. Plus, some of the iconic women themselves give exclusive interviews for the series. Definitely one to watch for all music fans out there.