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Performs her first concert in Berlin for many years with Kevin Armstrong, Martyn Barker and Henry Thomas.

Flies to Montreal Jazz Festival with Henry Thomas and Greg Leppard to perform a concert with Marc Ribot.

Performs for the first time at the Istanbul Jazz Festival with Greg Leppard, Henry Thomas, Matt Backer and Alastair Gavin

Tours Italy, including, Sicily and Sardinia

Decides to claim her life back by handing over management to Pete Jenner at Sincere Management and the agency work to Nigel Morton at Moneypenny.


'with Marc Ribot at the Umbria Winter Jazz Festival in Orvieto.'
  Hell Blues Festival in Norway.

Release of an album to coincide with the TV series, The Ship, on BBC2. Sarah-Jane, with Guy Barker, Andy Sheppard and David Coulter, featured heavily on the soundtrack, written by John Harle, a long time collaborator.

At Ronnie Scott's on Sunday nights throughout the year. On one occasion with special guests, Paul Taylor (on trombone) and Terry Edwards (on trumpet).

Calum MacColl and Martyn Barker return to Voom Studios to finalise the mixes for the Love and Pain album.

To the Shetland Islands with Matt Backer for the very first time for a weekend of concerts.

Concerts at various UK venues including a two night run at the Komedia in Brighton.

2003
The release of the Love and Pain album

Tours Italy

Tours Canada including Montreal Jazz Festival, where the 2nd night was recorded for a future release.

To New York. The touring party for Canada and the US were Calum and Neill MacColl and Henry Thomas.

To Paris and the Montreux Jazz Festival

To Gemany

Vancouver Folk Festival with Kevin Armstrong - performed alongside the wonderful Billy Bragg, Ani Difranco and Michael Franti.

 
 
Moves back to London after 8 years in the countryside. It was good to be back where it was all happening.

Concerts in Italy

2004
Plays The Purcell Rooms to launch the UK release of Live at Montreal with Calum and Neill MacColl, Henry Thomas, Martyn Barker (one of the main co-writers of the past few CDs) and her husband, David Coulter, on musical saw.

A series of concerts with John Harle arranging the music of Harry Cox, the Norfolk folk singer for Neill MacColl and sarah Jane.

Tours Italy.

Bremen Festival in Germany.

Plays at the Union Chapel in Islington

Ronnie Scott's featuring many special guests from my musical past, including John Glyn and Richard Avison from The Republic, Matt Fox and Glen Gordon from The Happy End, Terry Edwards from Test Department, Annie Whitehead (from the days when I sang in her band), Richard Coles from the Communards, Roy Dodds, Kwaku Dzidzornu, Dave O'Higgins, Matt Backer, Kevin Armstrong, Neill MacColl, Henry Thomas, Martyn Barker, David Coulter and the wonderful Molly Parkin, who acted as MC. It was a night I will always remember, with two of my best friends, Kathryn and Julie, flying from New York for it and several fans coming from Italy.

The Blue Note in Milan.

New Year with Nick The Nightfly and his Big Band at The Blue Note.

2005
Plays many concerts in Italy with the Annie Whitehead-led project Soup Songs.

Rehearses, performs and records the new opera Ballad of Jamie Allen, libretto by Tom Pickard and composed by John Harle.


'with Nick The Nightfly, musician and DJ of Italian Radio Monte Carlo.'






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