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Jessie Ware - VIP preview of the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2016 at Royal Academy of Arts on June 7 2016 in London - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 7th June 2016

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Jessie Ware - Guests attend Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition Preview Party 2016 at Royal Academy of Arts - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 7th June 2016

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Jessie Ware - Guests attend Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition Preview Party 2016 - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 7th June 2016

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Jessie Ware - V Festival held at Hylands Park - Day 2 - Performances at Hylands Park, V Festival - Chelmsford, United Kingdom - Sunday 23rd August 2015

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Jessie Ware - Jessie Ware pictured arriving at the Radio 1 studios at BBC Portland Place - London, United Kingdom - Friday 21st August 2015

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Jessie Ware - LoveBox Festival 2015 - Day 2 at LoveBox - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 18th July 2015

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Jessie Ware - North Sea Jazz Festival at Ahoy Rotterdam at North Sea Jazz Festival - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Sunday 12th July 2015

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Jessie Ware - Jessie ware appears on King Tuts was way tent at t in the park at King Tuts - Strathallen Castle, United Kingdom - Friday 10th July 2015

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Jessie Ware - Parklife 2015 held at Heaton Park - Day 2 - Performances - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 7th June 2015

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Jessie Ware - Royal Academy Summer Preview Party - Arrivals Where: The Royal Academyl, United Kingdom When: 3rd June 2015 - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd June 2015

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Jessie Ware - Royal Academy Summer Preview Party 2015 - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd June 2015

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Jessie Ware - Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens - Departures at Berkeley Square Gardens - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd June 2015

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Jessie Ware - The Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2015 - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd June 2015

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Jessie Ware - Celebrities spotted out and about at the BBC Studio's, Media City Manchester - Manchester, United Kingdom - Thursday 16th April 2015

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Jessie Ware - A host of celebrities were photographed as they arrived at the ELLE Style Awards 2015 which were held at the Walkie Talkie building in London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 24th February 2015

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Jessie Ware Announces Spring 2015 North American Tour Dates

Posted on 10 December 2014

Jessie Ware Announces Spring 2015 North American Tour Dates

Jessie Ware Annonces New Album And Tracklist 'Tough Love' Out In The Uk October 6th 2014

Posted on 04 August 2014

Jessie Ware Annonces New Album And Tracklist 'Tough Love' Out In The UK October 6th 2014

Jessie Ware Announces Autumn 2014 Tour Dates Plus New Single 'Tough Love' Out In The Uk August 4th 2014

Posted on 22 July 2014

Jessie Ware Announces Autumn 2014 Tour Dates Plus New Single 'Tough Love' Out In The UK August 4th 2014

Wilderness Festival 2014 Reveal Late Night Revelry With DJs, Cabaret And Candlelight, Bonfire Stages And More

Posted on 01 May 2014

Wilderness Festival 2014 Reveal Late Night Revelry With Djs, Cabaret And Candlelight, Bonfire Stages And More

Katy B Announces New Album 'Little Red' At Exclusive London Show


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Pop star Katy B announced details of an upcoming new album last night at a homecoming London show where songs from her new album, titled Little Red, were debuted.

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Katy B Prepares To Drop A New Record.

Katy played 10 songs at the capital's XOYO venue, six of which were brand new songs, reports NME. "Would you like to hear a song from my new album?" Katy asked the crowd to cheers of "yeah!" Do you want to know what it's called? It's called Little Red."

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Glastonbury Festival 2013 In Pictures: Sun, Cider And The Rolling Stones [Pictures]


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And that's it. Another year passes and Worthy Farm closes its gates on the Glastonbury Festival revellers for another 12 months. Though there's always the distant murmur of someone professing it "the best Glastonbury ever," there was a palpable feeling that this year's festival was among the finest in history. Firstly, there was heightened anticipation given the fallow year in 2012 and secondly, the sun came out. Oh, and The Rolling Stones made their debut, rollicking through a two-and-a-half-hour set on Saturday (June 29, 2013) and scoring five-star reviews across the board.

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The surprise return of David Bowie in 2013 had left many commentators speculating on the possibility of the Thin White Duke headlining the legendary festival, though there was no lingering thoughts of "What if?" once Glastonbury got underway on Friday with a snappy set from Sheffield heroes Arctic Monkeys. Bowie became all but a moot point after Saturday, when Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and company played a career spanning set that included 'Jumping Jack Flash,' 'Tumbling Dice,' 'Start Me Up,' 'You Can't Always Get What You Want,' 'Gimmie Shelter,' 'Doom and Gloom' and 'Midnight Rambler.' "The night belongs to the Stones. By turning on the charm as well as the formidable back catalogue, they prove themselves well worth the wait," said the Guardian's Dorian Lynskey. 

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Unknown Croatia 2013 Add More Artists Including Maceo Plex, John Talabot, Oneman, London Grammar And Dutch Uncles

Posted on 19 June 2013

Unknown Croatia 2013 Add More Artists Including Maceo Plex, John Talabot, Oneman, London Grammar And Dutch Uncles

Yahoo! Wireless 2013 Adds Jessie Ware, Katy B And Many More.

Posted on 04 April 2013

Yahoo! Wireless 2013 Adds Jessie Ware, Katy B And Many More.

V Festival 2013 Beyonce And Kings Of Leon Confirmed As Headliners, Many More Acts Announced

Posted on 26 February 2013

V Festival 2013 Beyonce And Kings Of Leon Confirmed As Headliners, Many More Acts Announced

Parklife Weekender 2013 Held At Heaton Park, Manchester Announces The Biggest Line-Up Of The Summer

Posted on 22 February 2013

Parklife Weekender 2013 Held At Heaton Park, Manchester Announces The Biggest Line-up Of The Summer

Mercury Music Prize: Field Music's Odds Plummet As Ceremony Looms


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The winner of this year's Mercury Music Prize will be announced at a ceremony in London tonight, with British indie pop quartet Alt-J the bookies favourite at 6/4. However, an interesting market mover has sent tongues wagging as to the possibility of an outsider scooping the £20,000 prize.

When the nominations were first announced SkyBet had Sunderland rockers Field Music at 14/1 for their fifth album Plumb, though today, just hours before the ceremony, the band's odds have more than halved to 6/1. That puts them third favourites behind Alt J and Richard Hawley and Field Music are now shorter than Jessie Ware's record Devotion, which has been quietly tipped for the prize. Early favourite Plan B has drifted out to 9/1, while Django Django have also drifted to 8/1. Reacting to a wave of support on their Twitter page today, Field Music told followers, "Thanks everyone for all the kind wishes. Whatever happens we're going to have a right laugh and maybe even a few shandies." Late market movers can often suggest information has leaked out, so if Field Music's odds go any shorter, we suggest sticking your money on! Odds aggregating website Oddschecker.com has obviously noted the market move, tweeting, "Field Music are the big mover ahead of tonight's Mercury Award, 10/1 tops and cut across the board."

Lauren Laverne and Nick Grimshaw will host coverage of the Mercury Prize, which begins at 9.45pm tonight on 4Music. 

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Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize 2012: Our Predictions


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As the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize 2012 draws near, we have a look at the shortlist and the likelihood of each act actually walking away with the prize. There’s no such thing as a done deal when it comes to the Mercury Music Prize; the ones that you think are the favourites never seem to walk away the title, the judging panel is very hard to second guess. But hey, that’s not going to stop us giving it a try!

Alt-J: An Awesome Wave

These quirky popsters have crept up on the public throughout 2012, and with their debut album garnering critical acclaim in all corners of the press, they’ve been pegged by many as the favourites to win. A recent survey conducted by Spotify showed that Alt-J’s tracks had been streamed more times that any other nominated artist. That doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re going to walk home with the prize though.

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A Brief Run Down Of The Mercury Prize Favourites


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The Mercury Prize is set to be awarded tomorrow (1st Nov. 2012), and true to form and tradition, many of the artists in the nomination lists are ones that you may never have heard, or even heard of. As such, we thought it'd be useful to give you a brief breakdown of three acts topping the list of favourites, Alt-J, Richard Hawley and Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware's album 'Devotion' is nominated and 3rd in the favourites. Ware used to be a vocalist with drum and base act SBTRKT. Some of that synthy influence can be heard in this album, but the vocals hark back to the '80s and early '90s, though with her own twee stamp. 

Richard Hawley comes in second. He was originally in the Britpop band Longpigs and also played with Pulp for a few years before launching his solo career. He's nominated for his whimsically titled album 'Standing at the Sky's Edge'. Despite that whimsy, he has described this album as 'angry', to the Guardian. The guitars and vocals are verging on gritty, but angry? Not quite. 

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Is It A Sign? Spotify Users Vote Alt-J Favourites For Mercury Music Prize


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This Thursday (November 1, 2012), the winner of the Mercury Music will be announced. As a precursor to the official event, Spotify have taken a look at the streaming figures for all of the nominees, on their online streaming service and Alt-J have attracted more listeners than any of the other Mercury Music Prize nominees.

Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the Mercury judging panel will have the same taste as Spotify’s listeners and Alt-J face fierce competition, even if they have pretty much been tipped as likely winners since the list was announced. Jessie Ware’s another newcomer with a strong chance, as is Lianne La Havas. Plan B and Richard Hawley are among the more experienced artists in there that also stand a strong chance. You should never count on the obvious choice when it comes to the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize, after all. Remember the year that Dizzee Rascal won? How many of you saw that one coming?

Even Alt-J aren’t counting their chickens just yet. The band’s drummer Thom Green placed his expectations of the band winning the prize at a lowly 8.3% and admitted “We’d been tipped to win before we’d even been nominated, so the pressure was on.” A spokesperson for Spotify, Will Hope, said “We can't predict who the judges will pick to win this Thursday's Mercury Prize, but if it were up to music fans on Spotify, Alt-J would be the band picking up the award. Ben Howard is a close second based on recent streaming habits we've seen. We wish all nominees the best of luck!”

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Theme Park Free Download Of Jessie Ware 'Wildest Moments' Cover

Posted on 19 October 2012

Theme Park Free Download Of Jessie Ware 'Wildest Moments' Cover

Plan B And Emeli Sande Lead Nominations For MOBO Awards 2012


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Plan B and Emeli Sande have both received 5 nominations for the 2012 Mobo awards, making them the joint leading nominees, reports The Telegraph.

Having already been nominated for the 2012 Mercury Prize for Ill Manors, Plan B’s hugely successful album, which shares its name with the film in which he starred and directed, is making waves on the MOBO scene. Nominations include Best Male, Best Hip-hop/Grime act, Best Video, Best Song and Best Album: a successful haul for Ben Drew, who has enjoyed a successful renaissance of sorts, since he reinvented his style from U.K grime to retro-chic. Sande, who performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies for the Olympics, is nominated for Best R&B/Soul Act, Best Video for My Kind Of Love, Best Song for Next To Me, and Best Album for her debut Our Version of Events – which was snubbed by the Mercury Prize judging panel.

Elsewhere, Rita Ora and Labrinth are both nominated for four awards each, while Mercury Prize nominees Jessie Ware, Lianne La Havas and Michael Kiwanuka are also all nominated. Last year Jessie J dominated the event, which will take place at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on November 3. She won four MOBO awards, while US R&B act Boyz II Men were recognised with a special award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.


Jessie Ware, Devotion Album Review


Not another kooky new female artist, I hear you cry. Well yes it is I'm afraid but Jessie Ware is worth sticking around for. You would think that all these reams and reams of female artists emerging this year would start to sound the same around now. But this twenty-something singer/songwriter has used a fresh arrangement of her soft warming voice teamed with a wonderful mixture of balanced beats and unique sounds to give 'Devotion' a chic edge. It's no wonder her name has been thrown about for a good year and a half now, since she helped out old chum Jack Penate with in his backing band and her work with Sampha and SBTRKT.

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15th October, 1984

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