July 2018: Jennifer John Music

Hello everyone. We left you in June after Jennifer had just performed at St George’s Hall with the phenomenal Immix Ensemble.

July also saw Jennifer mentoring on Music For Youth’s Frequencies programme in Birmingham, Newcastle and London. She also worked with The Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir in an exciting collaboration with Gazelle, Mary Miller in partnership with LIMF Academy. The choir, the artists and members of The Philharmonic Youth Orchestra went on to perform at Liverpool International Music Festival completely smashing the stage and sounding glorious.

Sense of Sound Singers provided phenomenal backing vocals for uber cool band Trudy and The Romance in the studio for their upcoming album. Due for release later this year, the collaboration in is on a whole other level Thank you guys. It was wonderful working with you.

The team at Camp and Furnace celebrated their 1st Birthday of hugely popular 80’s night, “Tainted Love”. Again our singers took to the stage belting out classic 80’s numbers and the crowd went wild. Cheers to you all at Camp and Furnace and we wish you many more happy birthdays for “Tainted Love”. Keep turning out top nights. We love them.

Sense of Sound Singers welcomed 3 new members to their ever-expanding network of singing talent; Shaun Rimmer, Alison Eager and Chantel Coleman. Talented singer and guitarist. Shaun has a strong background in performing and has a Music Masters from The Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. Both Shaun and Alison reached out to Jennifer for 121 vocal coaching and artist development and later came on board for session work and performances in the next few months that followed. Chantel Coleman is a talented singer, past credits include Chantel’s credits include working with Bassment Jaxx and singing with the legendary Prince at London’s Pigalle Club.

Among many projects that we began to think about and plan, Jennifer John Music cemented a strong partnership with Blackburne House and began to structure 100 Women’s Voice’s Project. A concert to mark and celebrate 100 years since some women won the right to vote.

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