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"Sarah Jane Morris has topped the international charts, played Brecht, won the San Remo Song Festival, sold out five seasons at Ronnie Scott’s, sung contemporary opera, been followed by fanatical Italian schoolgirls (she’s huge in Italy), been murdered twice on television, and had songs written for her by Paul Weller -– creative achievements that go on and on." Ian Shaw, for Singer Magazine, August 2001
Sarah Jane is delighted to announce the release of a new album, Compared To What. A collaborative project with renowned acoustic guitarist Antonio Forcione, the album is due for release in May 2016.
Find out more about the new album
"Soulful, sensual and seductive: Sarah Jane Morris"
...a great article in the Hastings Online Times: read it and watch the videos here. Sarah Jane performed at St Leonards on September 4 2016.
Catch Sarah Jane performing with friends at venues in the UK and Italy
You can buy tickets from Sarah Jane's website
More are being added constantly, so watch this space...
25th March, Kino Theatre, St Leonards-on-Sea, UK
4th April, Sarah Jane with Soup Songs, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
17th April, Umbria, ITALY
24th April, Pescara, ITALY
14th May, with Antonio Forcione, The Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham by Sea, UK
17th May, with Antonio Forcione, The Hippodrome, London, UK
21st May, with Antonio Forcione, a special intimate concert at the stunning Convent Club, South Woodchester, UK
25th May, with Antonio Forcione, Komedia, Brighton, UK
27th May, performing Cello Songs with Enrico Melozzi, Teatro Comunale Giuseppe Verdi, Pordenone, ITALY
5th June, with Antonio Forcione, The Gulbenkian, Canterbury, UK
29th June, with Antonio Forcione, The Stables, Wavendon, UK
30th June, with Antonio Forcione, Hebden Bridge Trades Club, UK
1st July, with Antonio Forcione, Fisher Theatre, Bungay, Suffolk, UK
2nd July, with Antonio Forcione, St James' Theatre, London, UK
9th July, with Antonio Forcione, The Bulls Head, Barnes, London, UK
29th September - 1st October, with Antonio Forcione, The Blue Note, Milan, ITALY
22nd October, performing Bloody Rain, Musicport Festival, Whitby, UK
23rd October, performing Soup Songs, Musicport Festival, Whitby, UK
28th October, with Tony Remy, Sandbanks Jazz Cafe, Poole, UK
Sarah Jane at the Edinburgh Fringe, Scotland, UK
13th – 15th August 2015, with Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield
The concert included the hit songs Don’t leave me this Way and Me and Mrs Jones alongside a collection of love songs, tributes, warnings and protests from the new Bloody Rain album.
Read Sarah Jane's Festival interview
February 14 2015, London: One Billion Rising
Sarah Jane headlined a global jamboree of speakers, singers, dancers and drummers in an expression of solidarity with the movement to tackle violence and the oppression of women, workers and children worldwide.
January 31 2015, Hastings, UK: Ebola benefit gig
Sarah Jane, who lived in Hastings for many years, was joined by a host of local artists to party the night away to live performances and music as The Clean Water, Safe Children benefit gig raised funds for the Ebola Disaster Emergency Committee, Malaria No More and Water Aid.
Read the article in the Hastings Observer
Read the interview with Sarah Jane, by Erica Smith for the Hastings Online Times
Listen to Sarah Jane's January 2015 interview with the UK's BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour here
Sarah Jane talks about song-writing, Bloody Rain, the Communards and difficult subjects. Plus an acoustic performance of No Beyonce accompanied by Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield.September 2014: Bloody Rain
On September 15th 2014, Sarah Jane released her ground-breaking album, Bloody Rain. Dedicated to the people of Africa, and the music of that continent that has inspired so many artists for so long, Bloody Rain was launched at the Union Chapel in London on September 18th.
Click on the album cover to play a clip from the title track
Listen to more audio clips, and buy the album here
Watch this film about the making of the album , with interviews and tracks. Featuring - Sarah Jane Morris, Tony Remy, Henry Thomas, Martyn Barker, Adriano Adewale, Annie Whitehead, John Eacott, Dominic Miller, Keziah Jones, The Soweto Gospel Choir, Pee Wee Ellis, Mornington Locket and Sekou Keita amongst others.
of Sarah Jane by Mike Reddish, 1984
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Bronski Beat/Communards Central
never forgetting Don't Leave Me This Way
Jane interviewed for the Stereo Society, June 2000
with streaming audio of her answers to Mike Thorne's questions, and streaming audio and music to set the scene. Diversions include barbed wire scrapes and broken bones on a Greek island. And the loss of the San Remo trophy to Grace Jones.....
March 11, 2000
By Raqiyah Mays
Sarah Jane Morris U.S. debut, "Fallen Angel," marks her return to the music world after a 10-year absence. "I feel like everything I've done to date has been a great journey to get to a start of my career. I think I'm just coming into my time," says England-native Morris....
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