Stephanie Ridings announces more performances of her play "Me, Mum and Dusty Springfield" for the autumn.
This iconic image of Dusty Springfield, made by fashion photographer Peter Rand in the summer of 1968, is one of a series of sixteen images which form a new collection at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Entitled ‘Spotlight on Peter Rand’, the free exhibition opens on 17th April 2012, running until 16th September 2012.
Dusty featured last night in a screening of “The British Invasion: Dusty Springfield” on satellite TV channel Sky Arts 1 HD (United Kingdom).
Let’s Talk Dusty is honoured and excited to announce that Norma Tanega has kindly agreed to let us sell her “lost” 1971 album “I Don’t Think It Will Hurt If You Smile”.
During the renovation of Dusty's former home at Aubrey Walk, the Blue Plaque disappeared.
On May 5, 2011, a tribute concert for Dusty was held at the Royal Albert Hall, in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.
Katy Setterfield as the one and only Dusty Springfield.
This title of one of Dusty Springfield’s songs is appropriate right now, following the move to new home for the forum which remembers her legacy to the world of music and celebrates her memory.
In 2006 Dusty Springfield was inducted in the Music Hall of Fame for her outstanding and epic musical career.
Plays inspired by Dusty's music and life.