That is correct Stephany, thank you for posting that!!
Read Zoë's story in this weeks HELLO Magazine and in Saturday's Daily Mail!
"Once Upon A Time"
The stunning new album from 12 year old Zoë Mace
Release date 19th November 2007 - Available Nationwide
To order your copy from Amazon now visit www.zoemace.com and click onto the album on the home page
Charity download of "Tears in Heaven" to support "Downside Up" charity, helping neglected children with Downs Syndrome in Russia available from the 12th November, please visit Zoë's website for details.
1. Tears in Heaven 2. Habanera 3. Time to Say Goodbye - Duet with NZ tenor Geoff Sewell 4. Nessun Dorma 5. Ah Je Veux Vivre 6. Somewhere 7. Una Farfalla Deve Volare - by Ben Heaney 8. The Doll Song 9. You’ll Never Walk Alone 10. Voi Che Sapete 11. O Mio Babbino Caro 12. Danny Boy
Produced by Andy Whitmore, Arranged by John Pickup, Vocal Arrangements by Sophie Jugé Includes an original master piece by Ben Heaney. And Published by Espresso Songs
TV Appearance coming Monday (12 November) on ITV Thames Valley:
ITV Thames Valley Tonight 6.00pm Monday 12th November Zoë and Rosa talk about why they are helping the charity "Downside Up" and Zoë will be singing "Tears in Heaven" live!
(anyone who can record this?)
Radio appearance Tuesday (13 November) on BBC Radio Oxford Bill Heine show 4:00 - 7:00 PM:
BBC RADIO OXFORD The BILL HEINE SHOW 4.00pm until 7.00pm Tuesday 13th November Tune in to hear Zoë once again, co-hosting the show with Bill , talking about the download for "Downside Up" and why it means so much to her to help stop the neglect. Call the show and show your support or put your questions to Zoë.
And a live appearance:
HMV Cornmarket Street Oxford Friday 23rd November 6.30pm Zoë will be singing live songs from her album and will be available to sign your album!
Here are highlights from the Bill Heine show on Radio Oxford (Tuesday November 13). The highlights only deal with the first two hours of that show (3 hours duration). I had paused the Play Again feature at that time. When I restarted it a few minutes later, it continued with Wednesday's version, so I missed the last hour.
At BBC local radio they don't always keep the Play Again shows for an entire week ....
Still, this 18 minute package has some very interesting things in it. Probably the most interesting part of it is in the last 30 seconds. The maiden name of Linda (Zoë's mother) is Brightman. And yes, Linda (and therefore Zoë) is a distant relation of Sarah Brightman. Linda's great-great-grandfather and Sarah's great-great-grandfather were brothers!
Time for Andrea Bocelli to do a duet with Zoë, I think