Kate Mossman is the New Statesman's arts editor and pop critic.
She was the lead singer of the world’s third richest band, but Fergie’s role has since been downplayed by founder will.i.am.
She was the biggest British female soul star of the Nineties. At 51, she’s back and ready to let loose.
I watched a male detective pull the sheet off a murder victim. He gave her a glance, and added to his injuries report: “Pretty, too.”
Menial labour, Scientology and escaping slackerdom.
But why the printed note, I asked him? What was he going to do with it?
Members of the Queen fan club circa 1990s may recall the quarterly magazine's highlight was The Letter, a copy of a handwritten note from one of the band.
The reinvention of an R&B star.
From the Long Players series: writers on their most cherished albums.
From Cannibal Apocalypse to Cannibal Holocaust, the Italian video nasty was a vivid cultural moment.
A powerful New York management consultant turns her hand to composing.