Clare Grogan has worked extensively in Music, Film, Television, Theatre and Radio for 30+ years. The summer she left school her band Altered Images were signed to Epic Records and Clare appeared in the BAFTA winning comedy Gregory's Girl. Altered Images quickly had worldwide success, selling millions of records, which topped the charts in several countries.
They recorded 3 Top 10 Albums and had 6 UK TOP 40 hits – working with legendary producers Martin Rushent, Mike Chapman and Tony Visconti. They were voted Best New Group at the NME awards the same year they were invited to play at The Royal Command Performance.
Altered Images worked closely with Scottish painter David Band creating original pieces of artwork that were released as special edition prints along with the singles. The visual aspect to her work remains important. Clare recently received a Special Recognition Award at the Scottish Music Awards. She made her debut at the Royal Albert Hall where she joined Texas onstage and continues to play to sell out crowds across the world.
Altered Images' songs have always had an established audience and in recent years a brand new one as well. Clare couldn’t be happier about the opportunity to breathe new life into songs she co-wrote and loves playing in front of such enthusiastic crowds.