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Another first timer here was the stunning female vocalist Lottie T'vay and this Leeds based lady put on a truly sensational show. She is a really top drawer act with a great singing voice and she also knows how to work an audience over to her side. Once again a real winner.
Old Comrades Club, Creswell, Jeff

Our next stop was at the New Brookhouse club on Barnsley road, also in Wakefield. On stage was a young lady I hadn’t seen for almost four years; he name is Lottie T'vay from Leeds. She looked good on stage dressed in a trendy long black dress edged in pink; LTS. Lottie has a good sound system and a good yet simple lights system. Her voice is very good. Some of her songs, that attracted dancers to the floor were, Adele’s ‘Rolling in The Deep’, The Bangles, ‘Manic Monday’, Tiffany’s ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’, Beverley Craven's 'Promise Me' and Britney Spears ‘I Love Rock And Roll’. It was great to see Lottie T'Vay again...

Hello everyone. I am writing this time about a new artiste and new venue in this area.
The venue was The Sandhills Tavern at Underwood and the artiste in question was a young lady from Leeds called Lottie T'vay. This venue is a large pub/restaurant and had a warm and friendley ambience both from the staff and the customers in last night. The artiste can be summed up in two words 'simply awesome'.
This was only her second solo gig having been a member of a girl trio Capricorn when i saw her last (which was on the great Boothy's show with Brotherhood last May).
Lottie's powerhouse voice is amazing ranging from Bonnie Tyler to Tina Turner, the songs along with her perfect deliverance earning her rapturous reception from the audience. Lottie can be booked through Foremost Entertainments and I would recommend Entertainment Secretaries to get booked early for this girl who is going to be a serious name among the divas before too long.
Alan Jay.

A rising new star appears on the club scene. A lovely girl with an awesome voice, plus a very polished presentation way beyond her years. Songs from four decades proved to be a big hit with a very appreciative audience. Remember the name, this girl is here to stay.
Alan Jay
Reviewer for the "Entertainer" magazine and the "Sheffield Mercury" music newspaper.

I just caught the last couple of songs from a beautiful Leeds girl Lottie T'vay on Friday at Westgate Common. She has a lovely voice and stage presence. The songs I heard were Bonnie Tyler's Total Eclipse Of The Heart and Tina Turner's River Deep Mountain High. We should be hearing more of Lottie in the area, she is excellent. Lottie has an excellent PA system and knows how to use it. Check her out for yourself when you see her at a club near you.
Trevor Tunicliffe
The Wakefield Guardian

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