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Welcome to the official website for Sarah Jane Morris




Bloody Rain
is now on sale and was launched with an incredible line up of musicians and special guests at the Union Chapel on Thursday 18th September 2014. 23 musicians on stage at one point! Great review in the Arts Desk by Peter Quinn. On 19th September, The Convent Club gig was filmed and streamed worldwide. Check out the News section to see one of the songs from that performance and to see how you can still download the concert.

Dedicated to the people of Africa, and the music of that continent that has inspired so many artists for so long, Bloody Rain brings together a stunningly diverse group of performers.

  Among a raft of guests on the album are the Zimbabwe-born singer Eska, Senegal’s Seckou Keita on kora, UK-Caribbean saxophonist Courtney Pine, Keziah JonesThe Soweto Gospel choir and Adam Glasser from South Africa, the Nigerian singer Keziah Jones, American/ Israeli trumpeter Avishai Cohen, the UK - Caribbean saxophonist Courtney Pine and the famous James Brown arranger and co-writer Pee Wee Ellis. My Bloody Rain band are Tony Remy (with whom I have written most of the songs), the wonderful Dominic Miller, Henry Thomas, Martyn Barker, Tim Cansfield and Adriano Adewale.

The Bloody Rain choir are my dear friend Ian Shaw, my son Otis Coulter, Janine Johnson, Lilybud Dearsley, GianLuca Di Martini, Roberto Angrisani and myself. Last but not least the strings were arranged by Enrico Melozzi in Rome.

We hope you enjoy the album and look forward to seeing you at one of the many European concerts promoting Bloody Rain and also please browse my fabulous new website and be sure to check out my live gigs section to see where else we are playing if you missed the Union Chapel. 


Yours in Music, Sarah Jane xxx

Recorded in the UK, Johannesburg, Paris and Tel Aviv, Sarah Jane Morris’s latest album, Bloody Rain, is undoubtedly a labour of love. Hearing it performed live last night in the Union Chapel, in front of an adoring audience, confirmed that it is also her masterpiece.

Morris couched the – at times painful – subject matter in the most mellifluous, seductive melodies imaginable.Peter Quinn, The Arts Desk

Latest News

An Evening with Quincy Jones
An Evening with Quincy Jones
Thu Sep 25 2014
Sarah Jane will be performing at:
An Evening with Quincy Jones
Celebrating a legend

Sunday 28th September 7.30pm
Britten Theatre, The Royal College of Music, London

Star performers include:
Beverley Knight, Mica Paris, Sarah Jane Morris, Kenny Thomas, Jocelyn Brown, Jacob Collier, Hamish Stuart, Sonique, Sulene Fleming, Susan Black

Tickets on sale now at
Convent Club Concert online
Wed Sep 24 2014
The concert at The Convent Club was streamed worldwide and is available to buy for £1.99 via https://theconvent.netgig.co.uk/event/sarah-jane-morris/.

A snippet of the concert is available to watch here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEE6KnoLfso.


VIP Pledge Listening Session
VIP Pledge Listening Session
Mon Jun 30 2014
Giovanna was the very generous and lucky fan who Pledged for a VIP Listening Session for Bloody Rain. This took place on 15th June with a listen to the album and a surprise live acoustic set by Sarah Jane with Tony Remy and Henry Thomas exclusively for Giovanna. Food and Prosecco were enjoyed by all! We would be happy to do another live session if you would like to pledge. Please contact juliet@jpsm-music.co.uk for further information.
Comfort Zone Video
Comfort Zone Video
Fri May 30 2014
New Antonio Forcione and Sarah Jane Morris video available to view now.

'Comfort Zone' is a song written as a result of the murder of sex workers in Ipswich many years ago.
Violence against women is on the rise we need to be united to stop this.

The video is filmed and directed by Rod Morris (www.roadfactoryfilms.co.uk)
This song is taken fro....


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Recent Press



There's no hiding place at a Sarah Jane Morris gig – either from her opulent, multi-octave voice and raw emotional clout that recalls Nina Simone and Janis Joplin, or from her lyrics that explore love and pain, sex crimes, war crimes, Catholicism and contraception – and a whole uncompromising bunch more....
....the whole show suggested that though Sarah Jane Morris has enjoyed some inspiring partnerships over the years, this latest incarnation with Forcione is already sounding like one of her best.
Guardian 09/2013
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