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There are very few music artists that can express an emotional connection with their music whilst they are performing and even fewer still that can reach out to the audience and strike a chord with their personal sentiments. Joss Stone does not only embody this remarkable singing quality but ups the ante by having accomplished this in her bare teens. This British blonde beauty puts her mouth where her money is and boasts a vocal range that would put seasoned singers to shame. Though this flaxen-haired flower girl looks right out of the sixties with her carefree demeanor and a cheerfully cherubic face, she has established her crooning credentials very much in the new millennium and within a few years has amassed several gold and platinum selling records. Secure some Joss Stone tickets to be serenaded by this soulful seductress.
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Joss Stone was born as Joscelyn Eve Stoker in Kent, England in 1987 and spent most of her childhood and teens in a village of sorts. However, she was no belle in distress and asserted her vocal prowess at an early age, emulating the throaty singing style of Aretha Franklin and other soul and R&B American legendary singers. She rose to prominence at age fourteen after winning a singing competition that had been organized by BBC in 2001 and then started her journey on the path to future fame by flying to New York and auditioning for Steve Greenberg, the CEO of S-Curve Records upon his invitation. Her incredibly talented voice was enough to clinch a record deal and after her getting her parents' permission and dropping out of school, Joss Stone launched herself in a mainstream musical career. Though Joss Stone had all the vocal ingredients, they still needed to be measured and mixed together in the right blend. With Betty Wright as her soul and R&B musical mentor, Joss Stone started polishing her sound and developed her unique and nuanced singing style in her first studio recording ‘The Soul Sessions’.
The album featured the great tunes of yesteryear courtesy the likes of musical greats Laura Lee, Aretha Franklin and Betty Wright herself as sung to perfection by the vivacious Miss Stone. The record was interestingly recorded over just four days but was a huge hit in her home country, peaking to the fourth position on the charts and even creating waves across the Atlantic in US by reaching the 39th spot on Billboard 200. The album was certified triple platinum in the UK and ended up selling 5 million copies across the world. Its memorable hits include tracks such as 'Super Duper Love' and 'Fell in Love with a Boy'. You cheap Joss Stone tickets will treat to your own 'Super Duper' soul session with the ethereal Englishwoman. However, it was Joss Stone's follow-up album Mind Body & Soul that projected her sensual sound all around. The record went straight to the top of the UK Albums chart and climbed to the 11th spot on Billboard 200. Its track 'You Had Me' went top-ten on the UK singles chart and landed a Grammy nomination 'Best Female Pop Vocal Performance' in 2005, and three others were top-forty hits. The record itself got a Grammy nod for 'Best Pop Vocal Album' and Joss herself was nominated for a 'Best New Artist' award.
Her 2007's partially self-titled studio offering ‘Introducing Joss Stone’ has been her most critically acclaimed album yet in the US, peaking at the 2nd spot on Billboard 200 and going top-ten in several countries. The singles 'Tell Me 'Bout It' charted on Billboard's Hot 100 and 'Tell Me What We're Gonna Do Now' featured guest vocals by hip hop artist Common. Joss Stone's last three albums have all gone top-ten on Billboard 200 and her 2012 release The Soul Sessions Vol. 2 brings her full circle, once again capturing the top-ten slot back home in the UK. Throughout her career, Joss Stone has collaborated with a plethora of prominent artists belonging to every genre under the sun, such as Melissa Ethridge, Santana and Sean Paul on 'Cry Baby Cry', Annie Lennox, Smokey Robinson, Ricky Martin and her triadic tune 'Family Affair' with John Legend and Van Hunt clinched her a 'Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals' Grammy in 2007. She also received a pair of BRIT Awards in 2005, including one for 'British Female Solo Artist'. So nab some Joss Stone tickets now for an auditory arousal induced by the uncrowned princess of soul.
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