Introducing:
Jo Harman

Interesting to note that the blues community has recently caught onto Jo Harman in a big way and taken her firmly under their wing, leading her to a be nominated for a number of awards in this genre. One is specifically for her track “Sweet Man Moses” which is a blues/gospel fused ballad penned in the form of a eulogy to her recently deceased father.

Strange, because she is not that easy to stereotype, and whilst this track is in the “ballpark” for sure, Jo isn’t really a blues artist per se. She’s an all-round performer who, as anyone who has ever seen her will attest, can mix it with the best of them.

From gospel to soul and from rock to country, Jo is a versatile and talented writer/performer who is only just at the start of her career. Not bad for someone who has yet to release her debut album.

Watch this space.

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  • bluesboy

    Great artist..beautiful pipes.

  • bluesboy

    Beautiful voice…great pipes. Exceptional talent.

  • jamie

    wonderful artist

  • http://www.clashdaddy.co.uk/ Jeff

    Yes! Fantastic song and voice – a killer combination!!

  • AJ

    Amazing  voice. This girl is destined for big things

  • WaterSign Horns

    Love working with Jo..very special UK talent. Peace, The WaterSign Horns (of Atlanta Georgia).

  • dean

    really good

  • dean

    really good

  • dean

    really good

  • dean

    really good

  • taxman20

    Beautiful voice

  • SQ magazine

    This track has also garnered the following review from SQ Magazine, UK’s Leading Independent Youth Culture Publication.  ‘Jo Harman – Sweet Man Moses Nominated for best original composition at the 2012 British Blues Awards, ‘Sweet Man Moses’ is Jo Harman’s eulogy to her late father. Featuring some exceptional musicians and instruments ranging from saxophones and trumpets to a grand piano, the track is described as having a real New Orleans funeral feel to it, and has to be heard to be believed. Jo’s voice, soulful and evocative, carries with it beauty and power in equal and impressive quantities. ‘Sweet Man Moses’ demands recognition and it deserves attention. From: Brighton Influenced by: Dusty Springfield, Janis Joplin, Tom Waits’

  • guest

    great tune

  • mark
  • mark

    check out Jo in conversation with Dave Watkins on Blues Train. Some great radio http://fromefm.co.uk/pcasts/media/120520-bluestrain-bluestrain2.mp3

  • Col

    I bet her manager is at least one of the people leaving a comment here!

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