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Out of the Ordinary

Up close and personal with Alison Moyet.


Steve Gullick

Singer-songwriter Alison Moyet first found fame in the 1980s as half of the electronic duo Yaz, with hits like “Only You” and “Don’t Go” She then launched a solo career Chart-top- ping albums including Alf and Hoodoo ensued. After years of difficulties with music label Sony over artistic control, Moyet moved to Sanctuary Records, where she experienced a renaissance. Her album Hometime went gold in the UK. In June 2017, she released Other to rave reviews. She’s always been a fantastic LGBTQ ally, and ahead of her concert in Melbourne, Australia at the arena named after former tennis star Margaret Court, Moyet publicly denounced Court’s homophobia.

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