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#11. Behind the scenes with Cassidy Janson: How I persuaded Carole King to give me an unreleased song for my album

By Robert Emery

"There's never one big break, that's such a myth - there's degrees of getting recognised" Robert Emery talks to Cassidy Janson, actress and now singer/songwriter best known for playing the lead in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and joining Beverley Knight and Amber Riley to form the trio; The Leading Ladies.  Cassidy talks about the challenges of being a musical theatre actress, the struggle to record her debut album, and what it's like to be a standby Elphaba in London's West End.  And of course, she answers a quick-fire round of questions culminating in the big question; Kate Monster or Lucy the Slut? Since her first break playing opposite Neil Patrick Harris, she has gone on to forge an incredible career in theatre and has had rave reviews for her new album, Cassidy.  This is a fascinating conversation with a true professional who has some excellent advice on being productive in an unproductive world. To see the original web page for this episode, click here: https://rdce.news/ep11

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