Heather Peace (aka Lip Service’s hot cop Sam Murray) spilled the beans today and announced that videomaker Patrick Stutt will join her first ever UK tour to make a special pay per view online rockumentary.
There will be four episodes at around 20 minutes long, featuring highlights from each date of the tour, backstage antics with drummer Lisa Tring, special guest Jill Jackson and on the road footage from the Peacemobile.
Plus fans are invited to get involved. Heather wants everyone to email any footage they take from their phones at her shows for the chance to be part of the final rockumentary. This can be footage of you and your friends at the gig, making your way to the venue, live footage from the shows – anything that tells the story of your experience at one of Heather’s shows. You can send this footage to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details on the format, take a look at: www.patrickstutt.com.
Heather tells us, “Fans have been sending me messages to ask if we would be making a tour documentary and we decided that making a four part web series would be a bit more fun and easier for people from other countries to watch too. I’ve been overwhelmed by the awesome support from my fans this year and so it makes sense that they should be a part of the final cut.”
Heather’s tour kicks off in Belfast on March 31 and finishes in London on April 15. With dates in London and Glasgow already sold out, the tour is one of the UK’s hottest tickets. The web series will go live on www.heatherpeace.com from June 20.
Until then, AfterEllen.com will be posting exclusive diary clips throughout the tour. And if you can’t even wait until then, here’s a little sneak peek from one of the first tour rehearsals in Brighton. How appropriate is the sign on the wall just behind the girls?
You can also watch the video here.