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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Marti Pellow

Marti Pellow can remember when he first heard the songs he know performs on stage every night.   He was just a young boy growing up in working class surroundings in Clyde bank near Glasgow, a world away from what he was seeing on his TV screen.     "I used to watch all the old MGM classics with my mum on TV on a Saturday afternoon." Marti smiled "I never thought I'd one day make this kind of record  --- but then who would have believed I'd ever be on Top of the Pops, either.   Marti, who turns 48 on Tuesday, has just released an album of some of the greatest Broadway and West End theatre songs ever written.    He's stripped the songs back and has just a piano accompanying the powerful, emotive voice that brought him fame and fortune with Wet Wet Wet.          "I've been doing the musicals for 10 years now and I'd met people at the stage door, who always if I was going to do that type of record.      "Bill Kenwright and I worked on it and it contains songs we both love and that we wanted to hear me sing, and also ones we thought others would like to hear.     "It's very stripped down. You can sometimes be seduced by the melodies and throw everything at it, but this is the way they were written"  "I'll admit it's a different record from what people are familiar with."  "But as a solo artist, It's nice to try these other genres" It's a testament to the fan base, that they're prepared to get on board with this.   I still love pop music, don't get me wrong, but this was a challenge for me. I adored making it.   All we had to do was rehearse a song for hours during the day, eat our dinner, and then go back to the studio and record it at night.     The album is called Hope, a word dear to my heart.   Bill Kenwright's mum was called Hope and I new when I first met her she was someone special, so I wanted to dedicate it to her.  She was a cracking we lady.  But you know, at some point in all our lives, we call upon that word. It's a multi-faceted word and has a great gravitas.  Certainly in Mart's darkest hours, hope was something he clung to when everything else seemed to be slipping away.     After collapsing in a London hotel room in 1999, it was revealed to millions of shocked fans, that he was battling a heroine addiction.     Having just quit Wet Wet Wet and with his career in the doldrums, Marti's life seemed to be spiralling out of control. Just five years earlier, the Wets had topped the charts for 15 weeks with love is all around, the biggest of 14 hits to reach the top 10, and regularly played to tens of thousands of fans live.       After becoming clean a and sober, and launching a moderately successful solo career, Marti's vocal talents took him in a new direction when he landed a role in the West End production of Chicago.     A decade later, he's one of the leading lights in musical theatre, having starred in The Witches Of Eastwick, Chess, Jekyll and Hyde, Blood Brothers and war of the Worlds.  He's currently performing songs from Hope, and his extensive back catalogue. in a stripped-down in some of Britain's most revered theatres, but he'll have no time to rest afterwards.         The workaholic has just signed up to play the part of Che in the new touring production of Evita.    "It's all coming quickly but I love being busy. I'm a grafter ," He admitted " I want to carry on with this journey"      Marti admits he'd like        


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