Sarah Jane Morris - History

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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

Chronology part 1, to 1998

After studying drama at Stratford-on-Avon in her teens, and quitting the Central School of Speech and Drama (Swiss Cottage, London) half way through its three-year course, Sarah Jane teams up with a jazz pianist who introduces her to jazz and blues...Read on

Chronology part 2, to 2003

This was a year spent closing chapters and opening new ones. Halfway through the year, Sarah-Jane decided to part company with her manager Ross Fitzsimons and to go it alone. This led to the birth of Fallen Angel, which was to become her management, agency, production and record company...Read on

Chronology part 3, 2014 and onwards

Poster for the Communards' Royal Albert Hall gig

Read about the Communards' gig at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1986, and download a high resolution version of the poster.


Sarah Jane Morris at the Stereo Society (selected links):
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To the full text of Sarah Jane Morris' interview
To the Hippodrome EFG London Jazz Festival gig review
To the Union Chapel, London, gig review
To audio clips from Sarah Jane's interview
To Sarah Jane's recent photo gallery
To Sarah Jane's History photo gallery

To Bronski Beat/Communards Central
To Thorne's commentary on the Communards' production
Download a free 'Cry' and other tracks

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