During my recent trip to Europe, one of my wishes came true: I finally got to interview Corinne Drewery, the lead singer of one of my favorite bands, Swing Out Sister. Swing Out Sister is a Grammy-nominated band with major hits that has sold millions of albums worldwide. For 25 years, they have toured the world performing music that touches the heart and makes people happy. To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Swing Out Sister has just released a brand new CD/DVD set called Private View. Although many of the band’s songs – including Breakout, Am I The Same Girl, and The Waiting Game – have been extremely popular, Corinne and her partner and bandmate Andy Connell have remained grounded, humble, and grateful for the opportunity to live a life many only dream of. They’ve also experienced something very few couples have: combining relationship and calling. In this interview, we explore Corinne’s relationship with Andy, the mystery of creativity, what it’s like to bridge relationship and calling, some of the highlights of Swing Out Sister’s musical career, living a balanced life between the studio and the stage, and the evolving relationship between songwriter and song. Join me with the very gracious Corinne Drewery live in London.