Jazz Morley is a Bournemouth based singer-songwriter making waves with her beautiful soul-influenced electronica, gaining reference to the likes of Jessie Ware, Lana Del Rey and Sia. Growing up in a musical family, it was no surprise Jazz began writing songs at the piano from a young age. Finding influence from Whitney Houston to Jeff Buckley and Fleetwood Mac, the foundations for Jazz’s music had honest depth and showed an effortless ability for lyrics and melody that captivated the audiences of her early performances.
In 2016, Jazz self released her singles ‘Bad Love’ and ‘Take Me Down’ which showcased her newly found passion for electronic music. These gained immediate international praise from NYLON, Billboard, BBC Introducing, KCRW, Top 5 on Hype Machine as well as playlisting across Apple Music and Spotify which saw these songs streamed nearly 4 Million times in under a year. With this momentum, Jazz has been invited to write and collaborate with some of the UK's top producers.
Continuing to release her music independently, seeing streams surge into the millions, 2017 proved her most successful year to date. Along with sell out shows in London and Bournemouth with her new band, Jazz’s summer single ‘Safe Place’ was also supported by legendary tastemaker Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2 as well as being playlisted at Radio 1 as their BBC Introducing Track Of The Week. The year was rounded off perfectly, with a stunning session on BBC Radio 4 Loose Ends performing her magical cover of Last Christmas.
2018 hasn’t let up and has been Jazz’s most exciting year to date. After a hugely successful showcase at MusExpo in Hollywood, which was funded and supported by the PRS Foundation, Jazz secured representation from music industry legend and UTA Head of Music, Neil Warnock. Since then, Jazz has gone on to perform at Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall and Kew Gardens in line with her music continuing to find support at national radio and online. Elton John has recently proclaimed himself a fan on his Beats 1 show ‘Rocket Hour’ highlighting Jazz as ‘representative of the future of new music’. Now, who are we to argue with that! 2019 already looks set to be another stellar year for Jazz Morley.