Hilary Mwelwa moved from Lusaka, Zambia, to England when she was five years old -- just in time for kindergarten. She studied biochemistry at the University of London, but a strong love for music pushed her to leave school and follow her heart. An a cappella demo of Stevie Wonder/Clarence Paul/Morris Broadnax's "Until You Come Back to Me," cut in 1995, started everything for the enthusiastic singer; she loved the song so much she waxed two versions for her debut CD, jointly written and produced with Victor Redwood Sawyerr (aka VRS, a founding member of Blak Twang), the other half of Hil St. Soul.
On the 21st September 2018, I will be performing for the first time ever at the prestigious Nells Jazz & Blues Venue with my band. I will also have brand new artist Alex Parvenu plus a couple special guests performing on the night as well. Be sure to join me. Get your tickets right […]
Hey, its been a while since I have updated you on whats happening in my world. I have been working with the great Brian Power on a new track called A New Day, which was premiered on soul tracks and has been supported by Jazz FM, BBC Radio 2 , Tony Humphries and we even […]