After a stint of TV extras and commercials and a black achievers award, encouraged by her taste for poetry and commitment to Christianity she began to write songs and her determination led her to take on the sole job of producing her own album. Amazingly she managed to get people such as Nicky Brown, Linslee Campbell, Emmanuel Waldron and the excellent Michael Brown (featuring on the popular 'They Said') to see a spark in a young lady from Leeds. Her sheer gusto and led her to release ' Edify' in 2003, with 'Callin' 'Alpha and Omega' and 'They Said' being 3 of the 14 songs. Jhardine continued writing for organisations and events, the most recent being for the 2009 Yorkshire and Humberside Faith forum conference where her indie rock song 'Hold my Hand' finale had the whole audience singing and waving along.
This singer, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur with a refreshingly straightforward beautiful voice, impressive vocal range, stunning personality and formidable song-writing skills. Writes and sings from traditional to soft rock, but ALL gospel. Her new songs 'It's Alright' 'I can SEE THE MORNING' (featuring WITNESS) and 'I love Him' reflect the growth Jhardine herself says she has made. She says...
"accompany me on my journey through the ups and the downs but on the straight road, guided by my Father in Heaven, and be blessed" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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