The 1993 Ivor Novellos should have been one of the greatest moments of Marcella Detroit’s life.
The singer-songwriter, one half of the mega-selling pop group Shakespears Sister, was on-stage to collect the band’s Ivor for Best Contemporary Collection Of Songs for their smash hit album, Hormonally Yours.
Sadly, the other half of Shakespears Sister, former Bananarama member Siobhan Fahey, had other ideas. Fahey did not attend the ceremony, but her publisher, 2005 Music Week Strat Award winner Peter Reichardt of ...
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