Jazz Morley is a Bournemouth based singer-songwriter making waves with her beautiful soul-influenced electronica, gaining reference to Jessie Ware and Lana Del Rey. Since self-releasing ‘Bad Love’ and ‘Take Me Down’ in 2016, Jazz has made an impact on both sides of the Atlantic. Spotify were quick to hear potential and added both tracks to ‘New Music Friday’ US, surging her streams into the millions. Billboard and ELLE were quick to follow suit, and NYLON wrote ‘Morley is one artist you shouldn’t have to go through life without listening to’. ‘Ruin Me’ and ‘Safe Place’ were released in 2017, and through continued support from BBC Introducing Solent, Jazz saw her single ‘Safe Place’ played by Jo Whiley at Radio 2 and playlisted at Radio 1 as BBC Introducing’s Track Of The Week. This growing profile has enabled Jazz to sell out shows in Bournemouth and London. After a hugely successful showcase at MusExpo in Hollywood, which was fully funded and supported by the PRS Foundation, Jazz has now secured representation from music industry legend and UTA Head of Music, Neil Warnock. Jazz’s next single ‘Every Moment’ is due for release in May.
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