FIRST PER­SON

JAYNE- ANNE POWER SINGER

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The mu­sic bug bit when . . . mum and dad gave me my own record player. Abba was on high ro­ta­tion! I got my first break when . . . Re­nee Geyer called me to say she loved my songs and asked me to play at her gig. I nearly fainted. The place I call home is . . . any­where my man is. My style is . . . more ex­pen­sive than my bud­get can han­dle. It re­volves around black skin­nies and heels. The bravest thing I’ve done is . . . ab­seil­ing. Go­ing back­wards over that precipice is ter­ri­fy­ing. The worst job I’ve ever had is . . . mak­ing smooth­ies was not ex­actly my call­ing. The mo­ment I found out I’d won the com­pe­ti­tion to per­form at Clipsal500 . . . I re­ceived lots of hugs. I was sur­rounded by friends, the ideal sce­nario when shar­ing happy news. I can’t say no to . . . dessert. Ever. You wouldn’t know it but I’m . . . an Agatha Christie novel ad­dict. How does she make each mur­der mys­tery so in­ter­est­ing? Jayne-anne Power per­forms at the The Pa­rade Food, Wine & Mu­sic Fes­ti­val on Fe­bru­ary 19 and at the Clipsal500 on March 2.

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