Former SKUNK ANANSIE Frontwoman To Appear On BBC RADIO ONE

July 10, 2002

Former SKUNK ANANSIE frontwoman Skin will be performing with ED CASE on Britain's BBC Radio One tomorrow, July 11th, between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM (GMT). Non-UK can listen to the performance via the Internet at this location.

Skin has contributed lead vocals to two songs—"Good Times" and "Mayhem"—for ED CASE's forthcoming album, entitled Ed's Guest List, due on July 22nd via Sony Records.

In other news, Skin is still reportedly working on her debut solo album, due in late 2002/early 2003 through EMI/Chrysalis Records. Among the producers and musicians set to collaborate with the singer on the forthcoming CD are the following:

- Producer David Kosten (i.e. FAULTLINE)
- Producer Marius De Vries (i.e. BJORK, DAVID BOWIE, PJ HARVEY)
- Engineer/Mixer Cenzo Townshend (i.e. U2, BLUR, IDLEWILD)
- Mixer Dave Bascombe (i.e. PLACEBO, SOULWAX, GOLDFRAPP)
- Programmer Martyn Phillips (i.e. ERASURE, ROACHFORD, JESUS JONES)
- Session Artist Terry Edwards (i.e. SPIRITUALIZED, DAVID HOLMES, PJ HARVEY)
- Drummer Richard Jupp (i.e. ELBOW)
- Bassist Gail Ann Dorsey (i.e. DAVID BOWIE)
- Guitarist Craig Ross (i.e. LENNY KRAVITZ)
- Bassit Cass Lewis (i.e. SKUNK ANANSIE)

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