Interview: Imelda May on stepping outside her comfort zone
Realising that the music she was making no longer challenged or excited her, singer/songwriter Imelda May changed her life and let her creativity be exposed in new ways
People decide to get their fortunes told for all sorts of reasons. In Imelda May's case, she was on the streets of New Orleans when a woman wearing a top-hat called her over to have her tarot cards read. Bemused, but interested, May took a seat.
"I rocked up to her and a card came out," May recalls. "The woman looked at it and said, 'What does that look like to you?' I said, 'It's...
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