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Artist / Sally Ann Marsh


Sally Ann Marsh

In The Summertime


Sally Ann Marsh

Windmills Of Your Mind


Sally Anne Marsh (born 14 October 1972 in Pembury, Kent) is a British singer and actress who came to fame originally as a member of a short lived girlband with Diana Barrand and Dani Behr called Faith Hope & Charity (she was Hope).

After Faith Hope and Charity, her musical career included being the vocalist for electronic music group Xpansions whose major techno hit single Move Your Body (Elevation) reached Number 7 in 1991 before being remixed and rereleased several times over the nineties due to demand. Marsh then became the lead singer of deConstruction house group Ariel who were formed by Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers with whom she appeared on Channel 4's The Word. She recorded two promo only singles working with producers Mike Stock & Matt Aitken in 1995 on their Love This Records label. These were a cover of the Mungo Jerry hit "In the Summertime" and a dance version of "Windmills of your Mind". Recently, she has been working as lead vocalist for the London band Brand Violet.

In addition to her musical career, she is a freelance voiceover artiste who does work for GCap Media and EMAP radio, as well as the Tindle Radio Group.

As an actress, she has appeared in children's programmes as many characters including Vicky in Bodger and Badger (in which she played a drumkit), Nurse Kitty in Hilltop Hospital, Lucy in BBC's Tricky Business, Princess Irene in The Princess and the Goblin, Gina in A Monkey's Tale, Giselle in Santa and the Tooth Fairies and its sequel TV series Tales of the Tooth Fairies and Cecile Lefevre in Grange Hill. Sally Ann Marsh also voiced the character of Snow White in the 2006 Picha production of Snow White: The Sequel.



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