Krystal started to sing professionally when she was 16 years old. Amanda Thompson who owns Blackpool Pleasure Beach was auditioning for a pop group. When Amanda heard her sing, she said she had something better in mind for her. So she went on to perform for two years as a singer in the show Mystique at Blackpool South Pier. She then continued for a further 10 years. Krystal became the support act for both the Supreme’s in Birmingham and Bradley Walsh at the North Pier Blackpool. She now performs at many different venues all across the North West.
Below is the Review by Mark Ritchie from “The Stage” magazine after their appearance at the Unit One Showcase:-
Lithe young singer Krystal Cooper has the look of a performer who has been part of a showgirl/dance troupe and is now trying her hand as a solo singer. Admittedly she needs both proper backing tracks, without fade-out endings, and she also needs to learn the ropes of crowd approach. Once she learns her job thoroughly, I believe that this beautiful, open-faced and gifted vocalist could really be quite something, and could conceivably make her name as a recording artist.