Camille Sledge: I raided Sister Sledge's wardrobe growing up

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Camille Sledge: I raided Sister Sledge's wardrobe growing up

Camille Sledge grew up with music all around her and knew she wanted to be a singer at the age of 7.

It's a talent that runs in the family - her mum Debbie is a member of the legendary group Sister Sledge.

Camille's latest show is celebrating another icon.

She's in the capital to perform a tribute to the Queen of soul, Aretha Franklin.

Camille Sledge will be at PizzaExpress Live in Holborn on 30th and 31st of March

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