Saturday, 30 January 2010

The Best Bio

Born in Bradford, Tasmin Archer first worked as a sewing machine operator and joined a group called 'Dignity' as a backing vocalist. Later, after studying secretarial skills she became a clerk at Leeds Magistrates' Court. She helped out at a recording studio in Bradford called 'Flexible Response', and subsequently began working with musicians John Hughes and John Beck. Archer signed to EMI in 1990 and released her first single "Sleeping Satellite" (a philosophical song about the moon landings) in August 1992, it reached number one in the United Kingdom. Tasmin is a Sunderland AFC fan.

"And when we shoot for the stars
what a giant step
have we got what it takes
to carry the weight of this concept?"

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