Caroline Hetherton
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Caroline Hetherton

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"What's gonna happen" CHi 69"

"very very fine, there is no doubt it is in fact the
best track featured on CHI compilation no.069"
Massimo Ferro, Host of "Highway 61"
Radio Voce Spazio, Italy
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"Faultless"
Jackie Blair - Country Music & Dance magazine, UK
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"Brilliant - quality offering"
Graham Hassall - Radio Nightingale, UK
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"Really enjoyable release"
Yvonne Bartle - Hawkesbury Radio, Australia
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"Excellent"
Rita Blackburn - Radio Star, Ireland
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"This is excellent"
Johnny Webers - Radio Lorali, Belgium
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"Great new music"
Tom Lambert - Radio Star, Ireland
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"Great voice"
Phil Roberts - KCR Radio, UK
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"Special"
Herbert Fischer - Midtfjord Radio, Denmark
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"Has the voice and the song so who knows what's gonna happen?"
Barry Thistleton - Country Music Roundup magazine, UK
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"Great stuff"
Hans Mair - Radio Osttirol, Austria
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"Lovely voice suits song well"
Valerie Baxter - 2XX Radio, Australia
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"Great song"
Alfonso Pella - Radio Biella, Italy
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"Really nice production and vocals"
Jim Moulton - USA Internet Reviews, USA
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"Very nice indeed"
Marie Crichton - The Bridge Walsall Radio, UK
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"Well structured ballad"
Al Field - Triple U FM Radio, Australia
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"Very good"
Ricky Lee - Devizes Radio, UK
- Radio DJ Feedback


Discography

About to release my 13 song debut album "Superstition Highway"....watch this space!
A song on the album "What's gonna happen" has received airplay and was included on Country HotDisc (CHi69). Another song "Lies" is included on the line dancing CD "Get in Line and Dance". My songs have also featured on various podcasts.
A first mix of 6 of my songs are on MySpace at www.myspace.com/carolinehetherton

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Of Irish descent, my songs are influenced by the music I heard in my early years. Traditional Irish and Country and Western was mainly played at home and later I was influenced by bands such as the Eagles. My first instrument was the accordian followed by the acoustic guitar. My songs are a blend of all these influences and are written about real situations and real people in my life. Songs that many can relate to.
I have previously worked on the London circuit for a few years in the covers and original duo "Breaking Hearts" with Beverly Baxter. As part of a duo and also as a solo artist I have opened for David Essex playing mostly original material on a nationwide tour in local theatres including The Forum in London.