Jeremy Key-Pugh has made more come-backs from retirement as a singer than Frank Sinatra. In a series of previous existences, he has been a chorister in Birmingham (where he grew up), a regular member of Bath Abbey choir (for 20 years) and an occasional deputy Vicar Choral at Wells Cathedral. He has also sung oratorio solos for many local choral societies, though his speciality is Victorian and Edwardian parlour songs. He avoids opera as much as he can these days because he’s reluctant to sing without a score in his hands as a prompt. He revels in the role of grandfather.