Jo Harman is an award winning vocalist, songwriter and band leader. The
Daily Mirror called her 'the finest female soul blues vocalist in the
UK' and Huey Morgan (Fun Lovin Criminals) said on his BBC Radio 2
programme 'Sometimes you hear a voice that leaves you speechless'. Her
2013 debut album made the national album charts. In 2014 she was
nominated for 4 British Blues Awards, included 'Female Vocalist of the
Year', which she won, and 'Songwriter of the Year'.
The second Jo Harman studio album 'People We Become', was recorded in
Nashville by noted producer Fred Mollin (Carole King, Carly Simon, Joe
Cocker) and features a cameo by Michael McDonald.