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#30BandsIn30Days: VV Brown – not afraid to change

People change. Music changes and our tastes change, too. Some people have problems with that, others, like Vanessa embrace it.


Quick facts

Started in: 2006

Hometown: Northampton, England

Released albums: Travelling Like the Light (2009)
Samson & Delilah (2013)
Glitch (2015)

Instruments: Vocals, piano, guitar, percussion, violin, trumpet

Best song in our opinion: I admire her courage for experimenting on her latest album so I’m gonna go with Sacrifice.

Check out this very personal Guardian piece here to read more about V V Brown.

“Life was a cocktail of desire and insecurity: all you could do was drink it up.”

In April we’re featuring 30 bands in 30 days as part of the A to Z blogging challenge. I’ve selected the bands from the artists that worked or toured with The Script before – simply because they have a good taste in choosing bands to work with! The posts are written by my regular contributors, some special friends as guest bloggers and myself. Sign up if you’d like to keep in touch via email.

About Miss Andi

Learning to be unapologetically me but healthier. Shamelessly personifying my dog, Mia, who is my soulmate, though doesn't let me read as much as I used to. One day I'll finish a novel that will not save the world - but might make it smile.

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This entry was posted on 30 April, 2016 by in A to Z Challenge and tagged .

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