Carrie Grant and Tony Hatch achieve MBE and OBE

British Composer Tony Hatch and Singer Carrie Grant have been awarded by The Queen on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

Tony composed a number of well known songs such as the song that represented the UK in 1964 with Matt Monro’s ‘I love the little things’. Hatch then went onto compose themetunes for a number of TV shows including the British soaps Crossroads and Emmerdale aswell as the Australian soap Neighbours.

Another person with a Eurovision connection has also made it onto the Queen’s Birthday Honours List with Carrie Grant being awarded an MBE. Carrie formed part of the group ‘Sweet Dreams’ who represented The UK in 1983 with ‘I’m never giving up’. She then went onto become a judge on the UK Talent Show Fame Academy, aswell as acting in the UK Soap Hollyoaks.

On behalf of everyone at ESC Bubble, Congratulations to Carrie and Tony!

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