A busker from Hemel Hempstead had her first ever radio performance on February 5 after she swapped the streets for a studio.
Holly Thomas, 36, who lived in Wales as a youngster, performed on Dacorum Radio where she spoke to Leslie Tate and sung some of her own original songs.
Speaking to HemelNews, Holly said: “It was my first time on the radio, so it was really exciting. I was practicing regularly beforehand to make sure I was ready for the performance.
“Music has always been very important to me to keep myself happy and give to others. I believe we all have a gift and its important to share that with others.”
Holly performed alongside pianist Chris Neale, and she’s said she’s had a lot of good feedback since the performance.
“We’ve had a lot of great feedback from friends and family, they’re all really proud of us.
“I started in music when I lived in Powys in Mid-Wales, and my Dad was always involved with the choirs, so from a young age it’s been something that I’ve naturally had in my life.
“I’m hoping I can do something similar once again in the future, but for now I definitely want to continue doing gigs, and I think that’s going well as everyone seems to want me to come back.”
To follow Holly and find out more about her and see where she’s performing, head to her website at hollyrosethomas.com