Hailed as ‘the next big thing’ in jazz. Drawing on the rich heritage of the great jazz singers from Betty Carter to Bessie Smith, she brings a unique theatricality and rare authority to her performances that has had the NY jazz critics drooling, and seen her endorsed by none other than Wynton Marsalis who has invited her to tour with him. She performs unique interpretations of unknown and scarcely recorded jazz and blues compositions, as well as performing original songs in French, her native language, as well as in Spanish.
Grammy and MOBO award-winning soulful British singer-songwriter, famous for her hits 'Like A Star' and 'Put Your Records On'. She became the fourth British female artist in history to have her debut album enter straight in at number one. Following a hiatus after some personal tragedies, she finally returned with her third album 'The Heart Speaks In Whispers' in 2016.
Sharing the stage and recording with Snarky Puppy plus live sessions with JazzFM are stepping stones on the ongoing journey of soulful, jazz influenced, singer-songwriter Judi Jackson as she emerges as a truly noteworthy talent to follow closely.
New Jersey raised pianist and jazz organist. At 9, Matthew began teaching himself how to play the Hammond B3 organ. Four years later, he became the youngest artist to be endorsed by Hammond in its 80+ year history. He was also named a Yamaha Artist at 15, becoming the youngest musician to join the stellar group of jazz pianists.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist, born in New Mexico and based in New York. His debut album 'State Of Mind' mixed a diverse selection of influences (such as r&b, folk and jazz) into an accessible and uplifting pop format.