Series 2 - Carol Decker from T'Pau Pt 1

Having recently returned to the pop world with a brand new, critically acclaimed album, Pleasure & Pain, complete with UK tour, part one covers T’Pau’s early rise to fame, their quadruple platinum debut album, Bridge of Spies – and beyond – plus the lifestyle that they all enjoyed during that creative musical explosion that was the 1980s.

 

But why did it all stop when it did, and how different has motherhood affected Carol in recent years, as T’Pau once more steps into the limelight..?

 

In a very honest (and funny!) interview, Carol and Nick put the world to rights in a secret location in Henley-on-Thames (a pub), and not only cover T’Pau’s initial glory days, but discuss the wonderful pop culture of the 1980’s onwards (wearing black arm-bands for the demise of Top of the Pops…).

 

Illustrated with T’Pau’s hits and archive material.

A show to be enjoyed if you’re a T’Pau/Carol Decker fan, or if you just want to immerse yourselves in that heady era of 80’s nostalgia…

Series 2 - Carol Decker from T'Pau Pt 2

 

T’Pau’s Carol Decker joins SNS Online in part two (of two) of an extended interview, available here as a free download.

T’Pau’s brand new album, Pleasure and Pain, has been described as having pure T’Pau DNA running through it, even though the album is clearly contemporary.

Having recently returned to the pop world with above mentioned, critically acclaimed album – complete with UK tour – part two covers T’Pau’s initial and very painful break up in 1991, the intervening years when Carol adapted her performance skills via acting and presenting, to the wonderful and triumphant return of T’Pau to stages all around Europe and beyond.

In a very honest (and funny!) interview, Carol and Nick put the world to rights in a secret location in Henley-on-Thames (a pub), and, in part two, cover the fall and then rise, of the band.

Illustrated with T’Pau’s hits and archive material.

A show to be enjoyed if you’re a T’Pau/Carol Decker fan, or if you just want to immerse yourselves in that heady era of 80’s nostalgia…