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Sarah Jane Morris’s Home At The Stereo Society

“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 SingerMagazine, August 2001

May 2019: New album release


One of the finest of improvisational jazz voices and most fluid of intricate guitarists have joined their supple skills together to create a supreme homage to one of folk/jazz’s more colourful personalities…. they breathe new life with their astute interpretations of songs created by maverick influencer John Martyn on this lovingly curated album.” DAILY EXPRESS (5 stars)

On 10th May  Sarah Jane Morris released Sweet Little Mystery, an album of songs by Scottish singer/songwriter John Martyn. The album is a joint project between Sarah Jane Morris and long term collaborator, guitarist Tony Remy. Together they pay homage to the sublime genius of John Martyn – a restless, often self-destructive artist whose unique voice and music is both breathtakingly bold and achingly tender in its beauty. This year marks 10 years since his tragically early death aged 60.

Read more about Sweet Little Mystery
Watch this short film about the making of Sweet Little Mystery:

2020 Tour dates

More are being added constantly, so watch this space...

Catch Sarah Jane performing with friends at venues in the UK and Europe

You can buy tickets from Sarah Jane's website

2nd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Greystones, Sheffield, UK
3rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK
4th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Victoria Hall, Settle, UK
9th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zedel, London, UK
18th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Square Chapel, Halifax, UK
19th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Henry Tudor House, Shrewsbury, UK
23rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Wokingham Music Club, Wokingham, UK
23rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Church of St John the Evangelist, Oxford, UK
1st May, with Nick the Nightfly, Forli, Italy
7th May, Sweet Little Mystery, St Georges City, Bristol, UK
8th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington, UK
23rd May, Sweet Little Mystery, Otley Courthouse, Otley, UK
29th May, Sweet Little Mystery, The Lighthouse, Poole, UK
30th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Liberty Hall, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
4th June, with Tony Remy, Crossroads Festival, Parma, Italy
18th July, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Perth Scotland
1st August, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Cheshire, UK
15th August, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Henley on Thames, UK
29th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Acapela Studio, Cardiff, Wales
2016 Album, Compared To What

Sarah Jane’s 2016 album, Compared To What is a collaborative project with renowned acoustic guitarist Antonio Forcione, The album was launched on October 26 2016, at Kings Place, London.
Find out more about the album

“Soulful, sensual and seductive: Sarah Jane Morris”
…a great article in the Hastings Online Times: read it and watch the videos here. 

Previously

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 some challenging subjects. Plus an acoustic performance of No Beyonce accompanied by Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield.

Sarah 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…..

Browse to these information points:
Music
Images and galleries
History and biography
Interviews and reviews from the media

Sprawl album coverSarah Jane Morris sings primary vocals on these Sprawl tracks:

Self-Imposed Exile
First Love Song
Black Lace Shoulder
Sexual Terrorist


The Contessa's Party album artAnd  these Contessa’s Party tracks:

Grandma’s Goodbye
Dancing With B
Things I Didn’t Say

Sarah Jane Morris’s Home At The Stereo Society

“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 SingerMagazine, August 2001

May 2019: New album release


One of the finest of improvisational jazz voices and most fluid of intricate guitarists have joined their supple skills together to create a supreme homage to one of folk/jazz’s more colourful personalities…. they breathe new life with their astute interpretations of songs created by maverick influencer John Martyn on this lovingly curated album.” DAILY EXPRESS (5 stars)

On 10th May  Sarah Jane Morris released Sweet Little Mystery, an album of songs by Scottish singer/songwriter John Martyn. The album is a joint project between Sarah Jane Morris and long term collaborator, guitarist Tony Remy. Together they pay homage to the sublime genius of John Martyn – a restless, often self-destructive artist whose unique voice and music is both breathtakingly bold and achingly tender in its beauty. This year marks 10 years since his tragically early death aged 60.

Read more about Sweet Little Mystery
Watch this short film about the making of Sweet Little Mystery:

2020 Tour dates

More are being added constantly, so watch this space...

Catch Sarah Jane performing with friends at venues in the UK and Europe

You can buy tickets from Sarah Jane's website

2nd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Greystones, Sheffield, UK
3rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK
4th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Victoria Hall, Settle, UK
9th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zedel, London, UK
18th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Square Chapel, Halifax, UK
19th April, Sweet Little Mystery, Henry Tudor House, Shrewsbury, UK
23rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Wokingham Music Club, Wokingham, UK
23rd April, Sweet Little Mystery, Church of St John the Evangelist, Oxford, UK
1st May, with Nick the Nightfly, Forli, Italy
7th May, Sweet Little Mystery, St Georges City, Bristol, UK
8th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington, UK
23rd May, Sweet Little Mystery, Otley Courthouse, Otley, UK
29th May, Sweet Little Mystery, The Lighthouse, Poole, UK
30th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Liberty Hall, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
4th June, with Tony Remy, Crossroads Festival, Parma, Italy
18th July, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Perth Scotland
1st August, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Cheshire, UK
15th August, special guest of Jimmy Sommerville, Henley on Thames, UK
29th May, Sweet Little Mystery, Acapela Studio, Cardiff, Wales
2016 Album, Compared To What

Sarah Jane’s 2016 album, Compared To What is a collaborative project with renowned acoustic guitarist Antonio Forcione, The album was launched on October 26 2016, at Kings Place, London.
Find out more about the album

“Soulful, sensual and seductive: Sarah Jane Morris”
…a great article in the Hastings Online Times: read it and watch the videos here. 

Previously

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 some challenting subjects. Plus an acoustic performance of No Beyonce accompanied by Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield.

Sarah 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…..

Browse to these information points:
Music
Images and galleries
History and biography
Interviews and reviews from the media

Sprawl album coverSarah Jane Morris sings primary vocals on these Sprawl tracks:

Self-Imposed Exile
First Love Song
Black Lace Shoulder
Sexual Terrorist


The Contessa's Party album artAnd  these Contessa’s Party tracks:

Grandma’s Goodbye
Dancing With B
Things I Didn’t Say