An Evening with Jo Harrop

On International Women's Day

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75 Minutes
  • Show Description
  • Jo Harrop will be performing songs that touch on the idea of nature and the trials and tribulations of the heart, taken from her catalogue of albums Weathering The Storm, The Heart Wants, and When Winter Turns To Spring. “Of course, there will also be a liberal sprinkling of some of the ageless seasonal classics that have formed the soundtrack of my life, taking the audience on a journey that goes from Autumn In New York all the way through to You Must Believe In Spring.”

    Jo will also unveil some songs taken from her highly-anticipated new studio album recorded at The Village Studios, Los Angeles with legendary producer, Larry Klein, best known for his award-winning work with a long list of iconic artists that includes Joni Mitchell, Madeleine Peyroux and Herbie Hancock.

    Hailed as one of the brightest new jazz stars to emerge in years, Harrop possesses what The Mirror describes as ‘a voice that would give a goosebump goosebumps – deep, warm and deliciously intimate,’ whilst the legendary Iggy Pop was instantly captivated: “Her voice is delicious. When she sings, she moves me. I believe her.”

    Born in Durham and raised on a heady musical diet of Nina Simone and Aretha Franklin, Jo Harrop moved to London and quickly established herself as one of the most unmistakable voices in British jazz.


    Jo Harrop – Vocals
    Paul Edis – MD/Pianist
    Jihad Darwish – Bass
    Pete Adam Hill – Drums


    ‘An extraordinary talent.’ – Jo Whiley (BBC Radio 2)


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