Petula Clark was born in Epsom, England, but her love of music began at a very early age in her mother’s land of Wales. She was already a star in the U.K. by the age of 9, singing for the troops stationed in England during World War II. Many years later, when, after marrying French PR man Claude Wolff, she moved to France. Almost without trying, she soon became a star in that country, and across Europe, also recording in French, Italian, German and Spanish, finding time to produce two delightful daughters, Barbara and Kate (and later a splendid son, Patrick). She has performed in her own TV shows in the U.K., the U.S.A. and France. She has starred in movies (including Finian’s Rainbow with Fred Astaire, Goodbye Mr. Chips with Peter O’Toole), theater in London’s West End and on Broadway, and has just finished a triumphant U.K. tour after the release of her new CD From Now On. Petula is very excited to be back in the U.S.
Date & Time
- December 20, 2017