Kiss & Tell was formed in 2008 by Melinda Hughes & Jeremy Limb.
They have performed at numerous International Festivals and Events
Melinda Hughes studied at the Maastricht conservatory of Music, The Royal College of Music, London and the Brussels Opera Studio. She toured for two years as the special guest with The Andre Rieu Strauss Orchestra appearing on televison and radio. Opera roles include AIDA (Dorset Opera) Madame Butterfly (Diva Opera, Longborough Opera & CAMI USA) The Countess, Mimi, Fiordiligi, Violetta Gilda, Frasquita, Donna Anna, Pamina & Nedda in I Pagliacci touring Europe. She has given concerts at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, St John's Smith Square, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Cadogan Hall and recitals in Germany, Spain, Italy & France. She has performed her satirical cabaret show at Pizza on the Park, Zedel, Cadogan Hall, The Hay Literary Festival, The Al-Bustan Festival and The Waldorf Astoria & Metropolitan Room in New York and appeared on many times on BBC Radio 3 In Tune with Sean Rafferty and on BBC Radio 4 with Barry Humphries.
Jeremy Limb read music at Queen?s College, Oxford, then studied piano at the Royal College of Music. Since leaving the R.C.M. he has broadcast on BBC Radio 3 as part of their Young Artists? Forum concert series; given numerous recitals round the country, and in 1997 won 1st Prize in the 18th Brant National Piano Competition. He works as a freelance musician in various capacities ? soloist, accompanist, sightreader, repetiteur (including English National Opera), as well as arranger and performer of all types of music including jazz/pop. He is also a writer and performer of comedy and is part of the Award winning Act "The Trap"; In this capacity he performs regularly at the Pleasance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, he's had material used on BBC1 by Harry Enfield, written & performed on ITV2, BBC3 & BBC Radio 4 and was nominated for the LWT New Comedy Writing Award 1998 for his play Play Wisty For Me, The Life of Peter Cook?. Jeremy has written all the original music for our songs as well as being a miracle lyricist.
Lloyd Evans : Additional lyricist
The poet, writer and Lyricist Lloyd Evans writes for The Spectator Magazine and has had success as a playwright with Who's the Daddy ? (written with Toby Young)