A MUSIC artist who recorded her album in a Twyford garden shed has featured in a Canadian national newspaper.

Miranda Mulholland, who is from Canada, spent many days with music promoter Oliver Gray when in the UK.

Now, she has featured in the Globe and Mail after being nominated for the prestigious Juno awards.

She is pictured with the Gray's family cat Poppy, who she has been cat sitting when in the village.

During her time with the Gray's she also recorded

The icing on the cake was a spontaneous open-air concert, staged in a neighbouring garden just after the album was completed, for which the band’s fee was a dozen eggs. They then repaired to Twyford watering-hole The Bugle, where the four of them triumphed in the weekly pub quiz, an experience which Miranda describes as one of the highlights of her life.