Kristyna’s caffeine fix for Centrepoint

Kristina Myles
Kristina Myles

COSTA Coffee in Xscape will be even more full of beans than usual this Sunday evening – when the caffeine hub presents live music from new talent Kristyna Myles.

She started out busking on the streets of Manchester, building up a tasty fan base who soaked up her original material and came back for more.

From there, she was named Busker of the Year on Radio 5, which brought her to the attention of Decca Records.

She has now signed on the dotted line with a two million pound record deal.

Kristyna will sing her current single I’m Not Going Back alongside other tracks set to feature on her self-penned debut album, which should be out early next year.

You might think Kristyna is keen to put her busking days behind her, but you would be wrong – Sunday’s date is part of a major stint that will see the voice travel more than 10,000 miles.

The aim? To raise a whopping quarter of a million pounds for the Centrepoint charity.

Let her entertain you and then show your appreciation with hard cash.

Catch her from 7pm.

> THE Olney Jazz Club is back in play this week, and it’s a case of new season, new venue.

Last year The Bull was the venue of choice for jazz fiends wanting their fix, but demand proved to be too much for the snug confines of the watering hole, and so the sounds will now be hosted at the Carlton House Club, the first Tuesday of every month.

Kicking things off in cracking style this week will be locally-based ace Terry Lightfoot and his Jazz Stars.

Tickets are £8 and £6 on the doors, from 7.30pm.