Already hailed as the next Chrissie Hynde, Tiffany Page could well be the new female rock star on the block. Her fiery, passionate performances reflect her songs, which themselves manage to sit somewhere between dark and edgy and upbeat pop melodies. She has supported her idol, Courtney Love, is already signed to Mercury and now she plays the famous Queens Head Stage at Glastonbury, higher up the bill than Fiction Planes, Joe Sumner's (Sting's son) band, who actually helped her get her first gig, but who's counting?! Contactmusic.com had a chat with her before she played an energetic set to the packed tent. She told us about how her opera training helps her perform today, how the 90's grunge scene really kicked off her passion for music and what we can expect from her upcoming debut album 'Walk Away Slow'.
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