Singer Carroll Thompson is a key pioneer & representative of Black British music. Quite rightly crowned as the Queen of Lovers Rock she has a perfect, rich, and soulful voice plus superlative song-writing skills. Her passion for music was ignited at home, caressed in London school and church choirs, and led to her debut single, ‘I’m So Sorry’ which topped the reggae charts in 1981. A series of accolades, albums, and awards followed as well as recording deals with majors like EMI and Virgin. She has worked with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole, Chaka Khan, and many more. Hear her on this A World In London, check out her brilliant new album, ‘Feels So Good’, and see her live in concert alongside Janet Kay at The Islington Assembly Hall on May 11th!