She is featured in tomorrow's (Thursday's) Daily Mail. If this is so, I wish someone could supply me with scans ....
If it were to be Friday's Daily Mail, I would purchase my own copy, as I am in the UK on that date (and will be until next Tuesday - I will be in the Cardiff-Newport area).
And ... Zoë will be on GMTV next week Wednesday (21 November). So there is some real marketing taking place in connection with Zoë's new album.
Again (dare I ask) if anyone could keep an eye out for the GMTV broadcast .... You may be doing double work in that case (because I have multiple contacts), but I really want to assist in giving Zoë as wide a publicity as I can muster ....
It wouldn't be too late - but I wouldn't be able to act on any scan until next week Wednesday, as early tomorrow morning I am off to do some Welsh Wandering, visiting another of my favourite singers and her parents (Holly).
I did record the interview on GMTV with Zoe and Rose Monckton, in support of charities for children with Downs Syndrome. The interview was very interesting and although Zoe didn't sing live, they did show a very short clip from her "Tears in Heaven" promo video.
I have to say, I was very impressed with Zoe's manner and coolness "under interview", she made all her points very well and seems to be a media "natural". Well done to her.
It has also kick started the album, Once Upon A Time , which is out this week. A couple of days ago it was nowhere in the Amazon rankings but currently, it has shot up to no. 153 overall and no. 8 in the Amazon classical rankings. I have listened to the album samples at 7digital.com and it sounds like a nice album. I fully expect to see it in the top 200 of the pop album chart on Sunday and, if it qualifies as classical, in the top 10 of the classical chart. I already have both of Zoe's previous albums and I will be purchasing this one too.
I have uploaded a clip of Zoe's contribution to the GMTV interview, and while I have left out the accompanying film report and much of Rose's interview, I left in more than enough to convey the main purpose of the interview - the support of the Downs Syndrome charities.