BBC Radio Presenters Bob Harris, Tom Robinson, Johnnie Walker are huge fans of Jane Taylor, an award-winning Bristol-based singer songwriter. Her versatility in creating strong songs that move from soul to jazz to folk, blues and gospel makes Jane Taylor a captivating live performer.
After winning both the 'UK Songwriter Of The Year' and 'International Songwriter Of The Year' Competitions, she went on to release her first album 'Montpelier' which was picked up by Radio 2.
Since then she's opened for Jools Holland, recorded with Massive Attack’s Angelo Bruschini and her last album, 'Compass' won 'Best Album' at the Independent Music Awards.
Jane and her band are on tour, promoting their brand new album ' All The Colours', released in September. The album was recorded with Mercury Nominated producer Colin Elliot (famous for his work with Richard Hawley, Kylie Minogue, Paul Weller and Jarvis Cocker).
She will be Joined by Rob Bray (percussion), John Holmes (double bass) and Lizz Lipscombe (violin).
‘A hugely talented songwriter’– Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music ‘Just gorgeous. I am loving this session!’ – Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 ‘Beautiful! There is something very special about Jane Taylor’ – Johnnie Walker, BBC Radio 2