21-year-old Camilla Kerslake is creating a real frisson of excitement and anticipation, with her rare, elusive, one-of-a-kind classical voice.
Recently signed to Gary Barlow’s new Future Records label, the future looks incredibly bright for Camilla Kerslake. Her debut single, ‘She Moved Through the Fair’, is already being championed by Terry Wogan on Radio 2 while GMTV have a filmed segment ready to roll.
Her debut album (out Nov 16th) has been produced by the legendary Mike Hedges and features her own impeccable versions of ‘How Can I Keep From Singing’ and ‘Rule the World’ (in Italian) amongst other original songs.
The story of Camilla Kerslake is one that dreams are made of. Only this summer she camped outside a London studio for weeks on end. Inside Take That were recording and Camilla was determined to give Gary the demo tape she had saved up to record.
Her persistence paid off and he eventually listened. “I was instantly captivated by it,” Gary admits. “Her voice is a unique and powerful instrument.”
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