'A luscious contralto that she wields with an almost operatic command...'
- NY Times
British Singer Songwriter Julia Fordham burst onto the music scene in 1988 with the International hit “Happy Ever After”, followed by her critically acclaimed album Porcelain, which included the hits “Manhattan Skyline” and “Lock and Key.”
Her third album Swept, featured the beautiful ballad “Love Moves In Mysterious Ways” from the movie, The Butcher’s Wife, which reached the Top 20 in the UK and the #1 spot in the Philippines.
After a long and illustrious career, selling millions of records worldwide on Virgin Records then the illustrious Vanguard label, Julia released a live CD/DVD which was recorded and filmed at the House of Blues in Hollywood and produced by Larry Klein. It included an all star band and featured a stunning duet of “Concrete Love” with Grammy Award winning artist India Arie.
After a 20 year absence from touring the UK, Julia began performing regularly again in 2013. Her die hard fans have ensured each subsequent tour has been hugely successful with Julia selling out many venues in record time. Between 2013-2015, Julia sold out all her London performances, 20 nights at the Pheasantry, 1 night at Bush Hall, 1 night at St James Theatre and performance of her landmark album 'Porcelain' at the prestigious Cadogan Hall.