Sally Seltmann

Thu 29 September 2016

Alongside her own solo career, Sally Seltmann has written songs for everyone from Susanna Hoffs to Feist. As a kid she grew up a high-achiever who wanted to either be a PE teacher, a choreographer, a fashion photographer or an advertising executive. Between classical piano, jazz ballet and choir, she was also a self-confessed good girl who fell for bad boys. Sally joins Barry Divola to regress along to Technotronic, Soft Cell, Sinead O'Connor and more.

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