Folk Bands and Artists
SADIE JEMMETT is a British singer-songwriter whose extraordinary songs reflect a remarkable life.
Behind the entrancing eloquence of her lyrics and the subtle acoustic beauty of her music lies a restlessly seeking spirit and a rich and colourful experience. Her peripatetic journey has followed a jagged course from a wildly bohemian childhood through being a teenage runaway, a backing singer in a reggae band and a touring actress to her role today as one of the most magical singer-songwriters on the music scene.
Sadie Jemmett’s debut album, The Blacksmith’s Girl, was released in 2011 on Wildflower Records and mixed and produced in Los Angeles by Grammy winner David Bianco (Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash), and mastered in London by Kevin Metcalfe (Queen/David Bowie/Robert Plant).
London Love Songs, her second album, was released in July 2015 and she has been described as “Reminiscent of a female Nick Cave and echoes too of Billy Bragg” in a recent live review in Songwriting Magazine.