A singer-songwriter championed by BBC Introducing will be taking to the stage at a music festival in Warwickshire this bank holiday weekend.
Jazz Morley is just one of the acts lined-up for Chill on the Hill, happening at Hilltop Farm in Hunningham on Sunday August 30 and Monday August 31.
Bands confirmed for Chill on the Hill include Jamie Knight, Acoustic Juke Box, Wired, Strangler Figs, The Rushmore – and Jazz Morley. Having given her first public performance at a mere four years old, she hasn’t stopped since. Since the age of 18, Jazz has worked as a full time musician, using the piano as her writing tool and taking inspiration from early influences such as Whitney Houston and Gladys Knight right through to today’s greats including Adele, Sam Smith and Jessie Ware.
Jazz was invited to take part in the BBC Introducing Musicians Masterclass at Abbey Road Studios in February 2011. When Jazz wrote a song for her brother who served in Afghanistan, BBC3 invited her to contribute to the documentary Our War.
Lotte Ellis from Hilltop Farm said:“Chill on the Hill is just that – a chance to sit back and relax over the Bank Holiday and enjoy the summer before it’s out.”
Day tickets cost £6. Entry and one night’s camping is £10, while entry and three night’s camping is just £25. Under 12s go free.
See www.hilltopfarmshop.com, or call 01926 632978. Find Hilltop Farm on Facebook - www.facebook.com/HilltopFarmHunningham