The power of three is invoked by a trio of strong vocalists and pop stars coming together for a UK tour.

Beverley Craven, Julia Fordham and Judie Tzuke have released an album and a single together, and are now heading out on a UK tour, stopping off in Swindon on Wednesday, June 5 in Woman to Woman.

Their single, Safe, was debuted on Graham Norton’s BBC Radio 2 show.

Safe was co-written with Beth Nielsen Chapman and went straight to number one on the iTunes vocal charts. It is taken from their new album also called Woman to Woman.

“We’re really proud of it, the whole project is just magical,” said Judie.

“I met Beth (Nielsen Chapman) at a music workshop and I was lost as to what to write so, with her, and with us both having been through quite a bit in our respective lives, we both worked around what we wanted to be – Safe.

“We were both crying when doing it,” she said. “During the writing process we also thought that it would work great in three part harmonies and it’s amazing that Safe comes across as it does, like the three of us have known each other forever, but we actually haven’t, we’ve only really just met.

“I’m loving all this though and we’re really excited by the snowball effect it’s having. After all, we’re just three singer-songwriters.”

“Woman To Woman is a celebration of live music and sisterhood. The tour will be full of passion and performed from the heart!

For Julia it was the working together as a team that produced a unique alchemy.

“You can sense the camaraderie and see the magic right there,” she said.

“You can see both the strength and the passion within all three of us. We’ve been buoyed up by the appreciation we’ve received. It’s a reaction, a feel good factor, which you can’t manufacture.”

The show includes their individual smash hit Promise Me, Happy Ever After, Welcome To The Cruise, Holding On, (Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways, the haunting Stay With Me Till Dawn and many other favourites along with tracks from the new album.

Woman to Woman is at the Wyvern Theatre from 7.30pm and tickets at £37 are on sale now from 01793 524481 or visit