- Sarah Jane
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'My first solo release
by Jive Records - a 3 track ep'
Leaves Jive Records - her debut album is lost in the bowels of Jive Records archives.
Parts company with her management.
Asked to collaborate with Steve White once more, for another Illicit Grooves album; they co-write the title track, A Certain Kind Of Freedom in a day.
Appears at the San Remo Festival in Italy in a songwriting collaboration with the Italian artist, Riccardo Fogli.
Teams up with German singer-songwriter Franz Benton to duet the song, Carry On, for German release.
Performs at the Venice Opera House for the Italian prime minister alongside the likes of Placido Domingo.
Appears as Lucy Lockett in The Beggars' Opera at The Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester which earns her a Best Supporting actress nomination for The Evening Standard Awards.
Asked to co-write and perform a song for the San Remo Festival with Riccardo Cocciante. She writes the lyrics with writer Cheryl Moskowitz and I'm Missing You comes first. It goes to No. 2 in the Italian charts and No. 1 in Greece.
Sings all the songs on a BBC documentary about Steve Martland's (the English classical composer) personal view of Thatcher's Britain.
Sings on Glad Day, a Steve Martland EP for Factory Records.
Tours with The Steve Martland Band to Amsterdam, Vienna and the UK, culminating in a three-night stint at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London.
Appears with Andy Bell, Lene Lovitch and Herbert Grönemeyer on Peter Hammill's Gothic opera album, The Fall Of The House Of Usher, playing the part of the chorus. (re-released as The Fall Of The House Of Usher (Deconstructed & Rebuilt) in 1999).
Lucy Lockett in The Beggars' Opera
'Singing 'The Long And Winding Road' at an International Women's Day Concert in Rome for Rai Uno. Vanessa Redgrave was the presenter and I was in awe of everyone!'
Performs in Rome with Astrud Gilberto and Cassandra Wilson at an event called Swing Ladies , for 'Giorno della Donna' (International Women's Day). Other artists included Monserrat Caballé, Chaka Khan, Rickie Lee Jones and Joan Armatrading.
Heaven, is recorded for Virgin Records and is distributed throughout Europe with the exception of the UK due to the timing of the EMI take over.
Two songs from the Heaven album, Right Track and Heaven, are used on the TV thriller series, Cracker, after the director comes to a Jazz Café concert
Marries long term boyfriend, David Coulter of Pogues fame.