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Jess Indeedy Interview with Latitude Festival

I am so excited to be bringing Indeedy Musical Bingo to Latitude Festival 2013! Are you coming?

Latitude interviewed me for their Spotlight On section of their home page, you can read it below or indeed see on their website here.

We chat to the lovely Jess Indeedy ahead of her In The Woods appearance…

Wednesday, 5 June, 2013

We catch up with the uber glam American presenter Jess Indeedy ahead of her Latitude appearance with ‘Jess Indeedy’s Musical Bingo’ this July! if you haven’t already heard, Jess Indeedy and the ever-eclectic DJ Helix will be bringing a whole lot of fun to the Latiutde woods with their famously addictive Musical bingo! It’s just like normal bingo but with songs instead of numbers! Cross songs off your bingo card as you hear them, and compete to win some amazing prizes…we’ll see you for a game, or two, or three…

Which latitude are you on right now? 
I’m in our office/music room in Canonbury, London and my husband, DJ Helix is playing records for me while I buy fun prizes online.

Sum up what you do in one sentence for anyone who might not know…
I mostly make parties – our most famous one is ‘Jess Indeedy’s Musical Bingo’ which we’re so psyched to bring to Latitude this year, but I also created ‘Lunchtime Disco’ (a daytime dance party in Shoreditch) and ‘I Love Lists’ (the world’s first list making night), and I’m also a singer, DJ, presenter and writer of run-on sentences…

Latitude Festival can expect…
A big boombastic party as everyone plays bingo in musical form.  I present the show, DJ Helix plays the tunes, players win some amazing and silly prizes, and this year we’ll have troupe of dancing bingo-loving grannies on stage called ‘The Granny Pack’. And it’s all going to go down in the middle of the woods. I can’t wait!

If I could one other person for the day it would be…
The longer I think about this question the more I get grossed out – I don’t think I’d want to wash anyone else’s private parts but my own.

The artist/book/record that changed my life was…
My mom was a painter so she definitely changed my life (or indeed gave it to me), and as for books, the ‘Oxford Dictionary of Quotations’ I believe changes my life on a regular basis. As far as records go we could be here awhile – I’d definitely say Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ and anything from Bjork, John Coltrane and my man Mozart.

It might surprise you to know, but I am very good at…
Doing nail art. All you need is OCD and a steady hand…

My favourite place on earth is…
Wherever I can get my husband and entire family all in one place. This normally happens in Connecticut or New York where I’m from.

The last time I laughed until I cried was…
Last Saturday night, when I had a karaoke after-party at my house with dear friends.

When I was growing up, I wanted to be a…
Singer. I’ve always wanted to be on stage in a musical atmosphere so I’m pretty close to that I guess!

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
Always take the high road.

We’re headlining the In The Woods stage on the Saturday night, hope to see you there!

Love, Jess xx

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