In today's episode of Starting Overdrive, we talk with legendary singer, Juno Award nominee, and Queen of Scream, Darby Mills, who rose to fame in the early-to-mid Eighties as the front-woman of the Canadian band, The Headpins, which sold a million copies worldwide of their debut album Turn It Loud, and topped the Billboard charts with such hits as "Don't It Make You Feel" and "Just One More Time" to name a few. As we delve into the career and life story of Darby Mills, we learn more about the many times she's had to start over, her association to change throughout her life, how she perceives risk, leaving The Headpins for the first time, working with some of the biggest names in music, losing record deals, going solo on her own, how she personally faced adversity, leaving The Headpins for a second time later in her career, starting over with The Darby Mills Project, and how she found strength in her own story of starting over.
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