This article was published in 2007.
Corinne Bailey Rae releases her first single of 2007 on Monday, 12th February. "I'd Like To" is taken from last year's self-titled debut album and comes backed with a re-working of "No Love Child" by fellow Leeds artist Cara Robinson.
Following its success in the UK, Corinne Bailey Rae’s album has reached number 4 in the US Billboard Charts - in fact, Corinne now holds the record for highest placed debut album by a UK artist.
In other news, Corinne was nominated for three Brit awards - Best British Female, Best British Breakthrough and Best British Single for "Put Your Records On". She will also perform together with John Mayer and John Legend at the 49th annual Grammy Awards. The music industry's premier event takes place on Sunday, 11th February in LA.
Corinne Bailey Rae will appear live at The Refectory in Leeds on Friday, 16th March - tickets are still available to buy now.