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Joanna Eden Trio

Joanna Eden Trio

Joanna Eden Trio


Joanna Eden (born near Lincoln) is a singer/songwriter and pianist from the United Kingdom. Eden was born into a musical family, the daughter of an RAF bass player, John, and a drama teacher, Diana. Eden started learning the piano at six and performed her first composition, “Happy December”, aged seven. She obtained a B.A. (Hons) in Creative Arts, majoring in music and drama, at Manchester Metropolitan University. She performed with a popular local Indie band, Strip, as lead singer and co-writer. Read more on Last.fm
Joanna Eden (born near Lincoln) is a singer/songwriter and pianist from the United Kingdom. Eden was born into a musical family, the daughter of an RAF bass player, John, and a drama teacher, Diana. Eden started learning the piano at six and performed her first composition, “Happy December”, aged seven. She obtained a B.A. (Hons) in Creative Arts, majoring in music and drama, at Manchester Metropolitan University. She performed with a popular local Indie band, Strip, as lead singer and co-writer.

She also continued to write and perform solo. Eden relocated to London after college and started working as a singer/pianist in the bars and restaurants of Soho. Eden and drummer Charlie Price were married in Greenwich on June 17, 1995. Eden and Price formed a jazz trio with Dan Boutwood, and this unit worked cruises for Cunard Line and Royal Caribbean International. Subsequently they worked hotels in Cyprus and the UK. On returning to the UK in 1999 Joanna signed her first recording contract with the Black Box label.

A Little Bird Told Me was released in the summer of 2000. The album was played on BBC Radio and won enthusiastic reviews from Michael Parkinson and others. Eden returned to the studio and the self-penned album My Open Eye was released independently on Eden’s Mr. Riddles Music Label in 2005. It was re-released with world-wide distribution via Universal in 2007. The critical success of My Open Eye brought about support slots with Jamie Cullum and Nerina Pallot and more BBC Radio Airplay.

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