Charlotte Church

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Charlotte Church Biography

With international record sales topping 10 million albums, Charlotte Church is the world's most successful classical crossover female artist. Born in Llandaff, Cardiff, on February 21, 1986, she became an international sensation with the release of her debut album, Voice Of An Angel, released just after she'd turned 13. That record, as did her 1999 self-titled second album and her 2000 Christmas collection Dream A Dream, achieved platinum status in the United States. Ms. Church's last album, Enchantment, was released in the autumn of 2001 and debuted at #15 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.

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The Latest Charlotte Church News

Charlotte Church Doesn't Own Tv

17th March 2014

Charlotte Church doesn't own a television. The 28-year-old singer prefers nights in to celebrity parties but admits she doesn't sit...

Charlotte Church Wants To Pursue Degree In Physics

13th March 2014

Former child star Charlotte Church is planning to head back to school to obtain a degree in physics.The Welsh opera...

Charlotte Church Thrills At Sci-fi Show

6th March 2014

Charlotte Church performed a sci-fi themed concert in London on Wednesday night (05.03.14) to launch her new release 'FOUR'.The special...

Charlotte Church Makes Fan's Dream Come True In Video

1st March 2014

Charlotte Church made a 16-year-old fan's dream come true by personally inviting him to join the 150 people who turned...

Charlotte Church Music Video Shoot Attracts One Fan

27th February 2014

Charlotte Church was left red-faced when only one fan turned up to star in her new music video.The 28-year-old put...

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Charlotte Church Reviews

Charlotte Church - Back to Scratch Album Review

12th October 2010

TV presenter, Opera star and pop singer - it seems like there is nothing this...

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Charlotte Church Festivals

Hop Farm

5th June 2014

SXSW Music Festival

7th March 2014

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The Latest Charlotte Church Press Releases

Charlotte Church Announces A New Ep 'Two' March 4th 2013

15th January 2013

Having released her critically lauded EP 'ONE' last autumn, Charlotte Church is...

Charlotte Church Announces Release Of New Ep 'One' Out 15th October 2012

13th September 2012

'One' is the new EP from Charlotte Church. It will be released digitally on 3rd September and...

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Alex24UK's picture


Hmm...I must admit I'm not aware of the comments made about the beatles and bob dylan, however I personally think both are somewhat overrated. The Beatles, yes the time in which they performed made a great impact on music history and most people will know the words to many songs, but I just think they captured a niche and basically got very lucky. Their songs and music aren't really anything amazing compared to other bands of the time like The Kinks, The Who and indeed The Rolling Stones - which, incidentally, are still making music together (with the exception of the kinks) unlike the beatles. Even though Paul McCartney insists on capitalising on his bands previous successes.As for Bob Dylan... the man can barely sing in reality. I'm at a loss as to why his music has in fact been so successful over time. I find the likes of 'Born in the USA' and others fairly repetitive and boring. Bob has produced some more original tracks, however, such as 'Blowin in the Wind' and of course 'Knockin on Heavens Door'. Nevertheless, he's certainly not the only artist to have done so, and to attack Charlotte because of her age I think is somewhat patronising. Clearly, she must have some idea of how the industry works, having been a part of it for 10 years. Her latest album, Tissues & Issues is an impressive collection of songs of varied styles, all of which are very much her own and a joy to listen to. Lend some credit to the girl, she's one of the most down to earth artists/celebrities the UK has to offer.

8 years 2 months ago
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number9's picture


Too bad I'll never listen to her. Anyone who can dismiss the Beatles, Dylan and the Stones in one breath is obviously not very deep, and I won't waste my time on shallow muzak.

8 years 7 months ago
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geordie sean

just started a new site got new charlotte church wallpapers so check them out no spywere

7 years 8 months ago
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lilsinger's picture


I do agree that the beatles and dylan are idols but, charlotte church is so young that you can't expect her to understand the impact those and others have had on the musical scene. I think she has an independence and zest for life that will eventually show through in her music. Until then we should just enjoy it for what it is...Cute songs sung by an extremely talented young woman.

8 years 5 months ago
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roxied's picture


i tink charlotte church is fantastic n she is a strong person n she is much better den dat girls aloud group they think they r fab they aint charlotte rocks n i love er 2 bits n if i looked like her i would b flattered n i just hope she carrys on workin the way she has been

8 years 1 month ago
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Dear CharlotteI am really sorry to bother you but would be indebted to you for any help that you might be able to offer me.My brother has been missing for several years and was a 'very good friend' (supposedly?) of Jonathan Shalit and another man by the name of Stephen Morris.I have been in regular contact with Jonathan as I found his name amongst my brother's belongings.At the outset of my enquiries Jonathan Shalit was most helpful and, whilst I never pressed him for exact details of his relationship, together with Stephen Morris' friendship, he did indicate that my brother had been in touch with him and that he had offered to bring him back to England for treatment in a private hospital here!I have no idea why my brother was (assumedly) so ill and since Jonathan asked me for further details as to my enquiries, I have heard absolutely nothing.I fear that I must have offended him in some way as he had asked me what exactly I knew concerning my brother's disappearance. It is since I answered this question that I have not been able to contact Jonathan or Stephen Morris again.Please may I urge you to respond to me and particularly I am wondering if Jonathan does not like women!Thank you for your time.With kindest regards,Nadia Latham (Mrs)

7 years 11 months ago
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Id just like to say as a fan of Miss Church's Music i was appalled by her lack of judgement in a childish attemp to become a "TV presenter" The programme lacks any substance and is further ruined by the presence of a foul mouthed, vitriolic wannabe.... This Girl knocks spots off of The crash that befell dear old Davina....Stick to what you know Charlotte leave the Journalism to the grown ups...

7 years 7 months ago
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