Sarah Jane Morris with Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield

An EFG London Jazz Festival Event

Date
-
Price(At the venue)
£30.00
Duration(approx)
75mins
  • Show Description
  • Artist Bio
  • Reviews
  • British soul, jazz and r’n’b singer, Sarah Jane is doing a series of intimate concerts accompanied by the virtuoso guitarists Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield to promote her album “Bloody Rain” and her tribute to John Martyn “Sweet Little Mystery” along with her most popular hits.

  • Sarah-Jane Morris is the British soul, jazz and r&b singer who topped the UK pop charts for a month in 1986 (with The Communards’ disco version of ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’) and then eloquently and joyously sidestepped the mainstream ever after. Morris’s magnificent soul voice and emotional power would have brought multiple Grammy awards and celebrity status to most singers with her charisma and drive. But for over 25 years of a unique career, Morris has steered by her own star, not the music industry’s, and that independence has brought her a devoted audience, inspired by her belief in the power of song to change hearts and minds.

    Tony Remy is one of the world’s most exciting guitar players of any genre. His hard-edged rhythmically driven approach is enriched with jazz intuition and bluesy soul. Live on stage, his relentless invention and incredible raw energy can set the crowd on fire. The reputation he has gained within the jazz community worldwide is fast making a legend out of this North London musician

    Tim Cansfield was born in Trinidad. A self-taught musician, this enigmatic and self-effacing genius is the first choice of many recording artists, including Bee Gees, Steve Winwood, Elton John, Heaven 17, Billy Preston, Chaka Khan, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Seal and many more. He is currently working with Swing Out Sister, Barry Gibb, Kevin Roland and various outfits in and around London.

  • Her shows are always models of powerful songwriting, atmospheric ensemble playing and passionate delivery.
    The Guardian
    Her voice sounds so deep as to be almost scandalous. More than a great voice, she is several great voices.
    Harpers & Queen

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