Fench folk singer all set to wow audience in Hull this Saturday
Singing soothing songs by the likes of Edith Piaf, a guitarist heading to Hull will mesmerise her audience.
French singer Flossie Malavialle certainly has "no regrets" about moving to England after a year on a teaching exchange programme.
She is now a full time musician and is a popular act in Hull, where she has performed a number of times in the past.
Flossie, who has been singing since she was ten, will perform at the Endsleigh Centre in Beverley Road.
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"I started getting involved with the folk scene in England when I came over for a year to teach and I met a lot of fantastic people," she said.
"I then went back to the south of France but I missed the people I'd met and the musicians I'd played with.
"So I decided to come back and I've been playing across the country ever since."
Flossie, 44, lives in County Durham and says she enjoys being a part of the Hull folk scene when she comes over to East Yorkshire.
She said: "It's very inclusive and not about big-headedness, there's nothing showbiz about it.
"Everyone helps each other out and people like to see a French singer involved, it's something different.
"My music tastes vary, from The Beatles to disco and rock 'n' roll, anything with a great melody and good lyrics, I will listen to."
Flossie has spread her wings worldwide in recent years, with tours taking her as far as Holland, Germany, Belgium, France, Spain, Hong Kong, and more.
But nothing beats a British folk night and she says the audience are always appreciative.
She said: "I perform a lot of different music and have been playing guitar since I was 14.
"I was given one for Christmas and I've never looked back since.
"I enjoy coming to Hull and seeing a different part of the country and I like hearing singer-songwriters who I can work with in the future.
"There will be plenty of banter between songs and people can come along for a dance, just to sit and listen or even read some poetry and get involved.
"People expect me to sing some French songs but there will be a real mixture.
"I may be in my 40s but I feel happier now with my music than I did 20 years ago."
Flossie has an insatiable appetite for songs, from just about all imaginable genres.
The audience will become lost in her set of poetic French songs and British favourites. Who needs Carla Bruni when you've got Flossie Malavialle?