Jazzy Heath

About Jazzy Heath

DSCN8810Jazzy Heath is a singer and songwriter who is based in Gloucestershire and Cheltenham, UK. She writes songs about her life experiences and has performed at all kinds of venues from Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival and Palladium and music venues all over the UK. You can listen to her music here, and buy her music here.

Jazzy currently studies Popular Music at The University of Gloucestershire, where she is learning the ins and outs of the music industry from songwriting, performing, sound engineering, production and much more to the best standards. She looks forwards to touring within the next three years and performing more all over the country. Check out where she is playing next here.

With over 10 years of writing, performing and tuition, she has lots of experience and knowledge of classical, pop and musical theatre music and singing, which she can now teach to a high standard. For years, she has dedicated herself to learning, taking exams in and performing these genres to a high level to be professional and be able to teach other people what she knows.

‘Jazzy has beautiful tone to her voice, there’s a real softness to it but when the music needs it she can project it filling the room… She encapsulated the audience and kept them engaged, as more people arrived leaving basically no seats free.’

Hannah Nash – ULX Music

‘Jazmine is a promising arts student’

Jamie White – County Press

‘Jazzy’s music sweats glitter… it is contagious’

Joe Pratt-Flynn

‘Jazzy is a pop princess’

Beth Thurtell

“The judges were taken by Jazmine’s confidence and the way she projected herself on stage.”

Linda Barnes – Freshwater Memorial Hall


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