This might be your only chance to hear Cat Power's best British accent
This week’s podcast episode features me in conversation with Chan Marshall aka Cat Power. I met Chan just a couple of days ago here in London in a hotel in Marylebone – as soon as she opened the door to her suite she started talking in a British accent. It was great.
There’s obviously a lot of stuff to get into with Cat Power’s life and career, a lot of it hard and sad. Our conversation did lead that way a little – perhaps inevitably – but we also crapped on about scary movies, karaoke, Miami and Chan’s hidden talents. Then she started speaking in her British accent again. Worth listening to the end, for sure.
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