Joy Rose's remarkable vocal talents have been surfing the waves of the music industry for a number of years. In 1991 along with Perception Joy signed her first major recording deal with Talkin Loud Records. The label released a series of singles 'Feed the Feeling', 'Guilty’ 'Take U Higher’ and ‘Serious Love’. Joy then went on to record 2 albums with renown jazz pianist Jason Rebello Make It Real and Last Dance, the latter a piano a voice composition.  In 2000 Joy collaborated with ‘A New Funky Generation’ to co-write and sing 'One More Try' a track released on the 'Café Del Mar' Volume 7 platinum selling album. Joy has worked with many celebrated artists: Sting,  Incognito, Stevie Wonder, Brenda Russell, Chaka Khan, Herbie Hancock, Billy Ocean and Noel Gallagher, to name but a few.
Joy's lead vocals can be heard on 5 Incognito Albums: 'Who Needs Love' (2002), Bees + Things + Flowers (2006) 'Tales from the Beach' (2008), ’Transatlantic R.P.M (2010), and ‘Tomorrow’s New Dream’ (2019) and has writing credits on the aforementioned (2002), (2010) and (2019) albums.

Joy is featured in Sting's 'The Songs of Sacred Love DVD’, providing backing vocals on the album and completing the ‘Sacred Love' 2004/5 world tour. "When Joy Rose joined Sting for a duet …she knocked the audience dead and got a standing ovation”. The Current: “Joy Rose is yet another reminder that Sting knows the importance of surrounding himself with ‘A’ List musicians, she is simply breathtaking”. SmoothJazzNow.

-'Wonderful' has gained much traction and critical acclaim from her fans and the industry alike. 
-July 2020 Joy wrote 'Love Yourself’ a uplifting dance track with Derrick McKenzie of Jamiroquai, released on Groove Culture
-June 2021 Joy co-wrote ‘Love Vibrations’, a beautiful samba and Bossa song with Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Rodrigo Santos Digâo.
-Joy is excited to be singing with Jason Rebello at The Electric Theatre Guildford, and promises an unforgettable night with heart felt vocals, she describes her style as soulful, with gospel and jazz influences.

Jason Rebello was classically trained at the Guildhall School of Music in London. He emerged as a jazz pianist influenced by McCoy Tyner and Herbie Hancock. His first solo album, ‘A Clearer View’ was produced by Wayne Shorter. Jason has long been a favourite on the jazz scene, working in group and solo formats and has produced eight solo albums to date.

Aside from his solo projects, Jason has been a long term member of Sting’s band. It was through an introduction from Sting that Jason met guitar legend Jeff Beck. Beck was looking for a new keyboard player to follow Jan Hammer. He was keen to recruit Jason, whose keyboard skills and musical versatility complemented Beck’s love to improvise and experiment in the world of fusion. Jason once again toured the world as part of Beck’s band for 6 years, and was introduced to the world of Rock music. He worked together with Beck on his 2010 album Emotion and Commotion and co-wrote the single Hammerhead which won a Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental Performance and was voted a Rock Classic by Planet Rock Radio.

Jason has also appeared with a diverse range of artistes including Bud Shank, Wayne Shorter, Gary Burton, Branford Marsallis, Tommy Smith, Jean Toussaint, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Pee Wee Ellis, Joss Stone, Madeline Peyroux, Manu Katche, Charlene Soraia, Desree, Mica Paris, Carleen Anderson and Omar. He also performed several classical concerts with the Nice Symphony Orchestra and the Halle Orchestra.

Jason teaches music at his alma mater, Guildhall School of Music and Bath Spa University.

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