Craven a big comeback

Beverley Craven
Beverley Craven

One of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters, Beverley Craven, makes a long-awaited musical comeback with a new album and tour.

‘Change of Heart’ is released on September 1 and is possibly her strongest collection of songs to date.

And the Journal and Gazette is offering readers the chance to win two pairs of tickets to her show at the Howden Park in Livingston on September 11.

Beverley first tasted success with ‘Promise Me’ in 1991 with other hits ‘Holding On’ and ‘Woman To Woman’ following on.

In 1992, she was nominated for no less than three Brit awards and walked away with the prestigious title of Best British Newcomer.

Ten years ago, while promoting her ‘Very Best Of’ compilation album, she received the devastating diagnosis that she had breast cancer.

Having been given the all-clear in 2009, Beverley has resumed recording and touring as ‘her form of therapy’.

For a chance to win a pair of tickets, answer this question:

* What is the new album called?

Send your answer on the form in this week’s paper to Beverley Competition, Journal and Gazette, Unit 4a Gateway Business Park, Beancross Road, Grangemouth, FK3 8WX by Tuesday, September 2, or drop it into our postboxes at Bo’ness Library or Taste, Linlithgow. Tickets are £18 from www.howdenparkcentre.co.uk