Karen Carpenter in Memoriam

Former S Club 7 singer Jo O'Meara is to record lost songs written for Karen Carpenter


Karen Carpenter of the 1970s vocal and instrumental duo The Carpenters died from anorexia in 1983. Now, that she's completed writing songs for her, Keren's brother and singing partner in The Carpenters, Richard Carpenter, approached Jo O'Meara of S Club 7 to record the songs he specially wrote for her beloved sister.

Speaking about that, Jo stated "Richard has said that vocally I am the closest to Karen he has heard since her death. He has asked me to record some of the songs he had written for her. Karen has always been my all-time favorite singer."

Details on the record have yet been revealed, so stay tuned and we'll give you the updated news.

© AceShowbiz.com


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