HENLEY pop star Carol Decker was back on song when she appeared at the Rewind South Festival.
The T’Pau vocalist belted out several numbers in front of 20,000 people at the Eighties music celebration on Temple Island Meadows on Sunday.
It was one of her first performances after taking four months off from performing due to bronchitis. Doctors had told her she had to rest or she could permanently lose her voice.
Decker, 57, said: “I’m feeling well now and I’ve done quite a few gigs across the summer.
“I’ve been pacing myself and not taking too much on because at the end of the year I’ve got a 30-date tour with Nik Kershaw and Go West.
“I can only hope I was in tune because I couldn’t hear anything but it was good fun.”
During the band’s 15-minute set, Decker read out a marriage proposal for a member of the crowd and encouraged everyone to shout “yes”.
She also gave a shout out to the Waitrose store in Henley, saying that this would get her a “massive ****ing discount.”