- Kirsty MacColl enters Michael Ball's Singers Hall of Famehttp://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p020l8cj.jpghttp://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p020l8cj.jpg2014-06-09T10:24:00.000ZTara Pinto in Southampton nominates Kirsty MacColl for a place in Michael Ball's Singers Hall of Fame on Radio 2http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/audiovideo/popular/p020mfdv
Kirsty MacColl enters Michael Ball's Singers Hall of Fame
- Kirsty MacColl - Miss Otis Regrets (Hootenanny 1995)http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p01p3f0q.jpghttp://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p01p3f0q.jpg2012-12-21T18:29:00.000ZKirsty MacColl & the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guards perform Miss Otis Regrets in 1995.http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/audiovideo/popular/p012zkjp
Kirsty MacColl - Miss Otis Regrets (Hootenanny 1995)
Kirsty MacColl Tracks
Kirsty MacColl Biography
Kirsty Anna MacColl (10 October 1959 – 18 December 2000) was an English singer and songwriter. She recorded several pop hits between the early 1980s and the 1990s, including "There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis" and cover versions of Billy Bragg's "A New England" and The Kinks' "Days". She also sang on recordings produced by her husband Steve Lillywhite, most notably "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues.
At the age of 41, MacColl died after being hit by a powerboat in Mexico.