We may have seen a recent surge in rain but arriving at Manchester Museum on Saturday 24th May to interview the harmonious trio that are The Bobbysocks, a three-part harmony group made up of rock’n’roller Jude Jagger, classical soprano Inés Soria-Donlan, and west end performer Emily Knudsen, the day was instantly brightened! The three talented fun, and sophisticated musicians were more than happy to talk musical inspirations, roots, style icons, gigs, oh and dragons…yes dragons, surely not what one would expect from a music interview?! So, to hear more about what the talented trio had to say click on the full interview below…
The Bobbysocks certainly are not afraid to take on a musical challenge, as well as promote a unique vintage style along with their music. If you are a budding fashion designer and would like the opportunity to design and create some vintage style outfits for The Bobbysocks to perform in then please contact the girls at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Bobbysocks boast a broad range of past gigs including PRIDE, Mothers Ruin! Contact, Manchester, as well as performing at the 1940s Swing Dance in support for Help for Heroes, Royal Air Force Museum, Shifnal. Visit their gigs page here for a list of past and future events. You can also find out more about The Bobbysocks’ latest gigs, news, and music links via @TheBobbysocks or on Facebook here.
Have a sneaky peak listen to the trio performing a cover of Taio Cruz’s ‘Heartbreaker’ below:
Interview and words by Hannah Bayley for @mcrcultureshow