Jazzy Heath, born in Bristol and raised on the Isle of Wight, is a pop singer, songwriter, musician, producer and sound engineer. Her raw and authentic songs, inspired by the likes of Owl City, Fickle Friends and Betty Who, are underlying indie pop tunes with an 80’s & experimental flare. Her lyrics cover quirky, yet personal topics that are heightened by her catchy, addictive anthems.
Throughout Jazzys childhood, she participated in bands and groups such as Yindigo, Ruby Tuesdays and Resonate, playing venues locally around the island to Cowes Week main stage, Big Top at Isle of Wight Festival, Main Stage Bestival as part of Fat Boy Slims backing choir. As a solo artist, she also gigged regularly all over the Isle of Wight as well as playing major festivals and making television appearances on shows such as CBBC’s Friday Download. After spending most of her childhood life studying music and performing venues on the Isle of Wight, she moved to Cheltenham in 2015 with the dream of perusing music on a more global scale, widening her perspective of the music industry and to come out with a degree by the end of her three years there.
During her time at university, she had some incredible, life-changing opportunities from working with bands and collaborating with the most amazing people to playing in Prague and headlining a show in Berlin. She also learnt how to produce hers and other peoples music, sound engineer at gigs and festivals such as 2000 Trees and Wychwood and create sound scores and music for film.
As a recent graduate, she now seeks a new musical adventure that starts in Tokyo, Japan. Jazzy is constantly and religiously working hard towards her ongoing goal. Keep a lookout on her social media and be the first to know about new gigs and news !