Ep 50: Special Kind Of Something with Kavana

In The first of a special two-part episode I chat to 90s pop star Kavana.

For as long as he can remember Kavana was determined to become a pop-star and he made it happen. At the time Take That were disbanding and a chance meeting with their manager led to him recording a song written by Howard Donald. He became a household name and mega-stardom followed. While he was very well known he didn’t have immediate chart success until he released a carefully chosen cover version of “I Can Make You Feel Good”.

Kavana’s journey to fame and the aftermath have been an astonishing test of his resilience. He is a lovely guy and this is story that needed two episodes. In this episode we talk about his rise to fame in 90s pop.

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You can listen to Kavana’s music on Spotify

You can check out Kavana’s YouTube Channel here.

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Past Guests
Sean Smith has released his debut album “Solo”. It’s on all streaming and download platforms and you can buy physical copies here.

Chely Wright has re-released “Lifted Off The Ground” on vinyl. You can get copies here.

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