Sarah Jane Morris
“Leave your preconceptions at home,” begins one London critic’s assessment of sensual singer-songwriter Sarah Jane Morris, who straddles rock, blues, jazz and soul with a goosebump-raising four octave range that rumbles from the heels of her size eight shoes to the tips of her flame-red mane.
Famed for her association with the Communards in the mid-80s and infamous for a banned rendition of the classic Me and Mrs Jones, Sarah Jane Morris has always attracted as much attention for her politics as for her soul-driven, seismic voice. Many solo albums later, pop stardom on the continent, and a diverse set of musical collaborations on record, film and stage, Morris continues to steer her unorthodox career to greater heights. Sarah Jane has a regular residency at Ronnie Scott’s in London where she performs a week of 2 sold out shows a night with an incredible 12-piece band and special guests.
“Those in-the-know rate her as one of the world's great jazz-soul vocalists of the past twenty years and more.” Vogue Italia