An acclaimed jazz singer and songwriter, Juliet has forged her own unique niche on the jazz scene with her distinctive velvety voice, infectious grooves and Glam Jazz style. Her sophisticated sound perfectly encapsulates the glamour of the jazz divas of a bygone age - with a modern, sassy twist.
A graduate of London's prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Juliet has worked with many outstanding musicians including Tony Kofi, Gary Crosby, Seb Rochford and Jim Mullen. She has performed throughout the UK and more recently in Europe with concerts in Italy, Germany, Greece and Russia. As well as opening for Georgie Fame, Ron Carter and Take 6 she has performed alongside Talvin Singh, Maxi Jazz (Faithless) and Carleen Anderson.
Lauded by the late Humphrey Lyttelton and championed by Courtney Pine, Juliet also combines the rare feat of being a favourite with audiences whilst winning the respect of her peers. Within a month of releasing her debut album, Juliet was contacted by Courtney Pine who invited her to appear as a special guest on his live show at the Barbican as part of BBC Television’s Jazz Britannia. He later paid her the highest of compliments by asking her provide guest vocals for his album Resistance.
With two successful albums of original material under her belt – Aphrodite’s Child (2003) and Delicious Chemistry (2005) - Juliet released her 3rd album, Licorice Kiss, in 2009. Referencing her diverse influences, she offers up her own take on an 80’s classics such as Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” and The Eurythmics Here Comes The Rain Again, alongside her own creations.