Since the release of her 2010 multi-platinum debut album ‘Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor’ Caro Emerald has fashioned her own niche. Gorgeous and stylish, Caro blends retro jazz with sampling and modern pop to create a now signature sound.
Caro’s second album ‘The Shocking Miss Emerald’, released in May 2013, entered the Official UK Album Chart at No. 1 remaining in the chart for an entire year. With more than 2.5 million record sales, 40 million YouTube views, a host of awards (including an Echo, Goldene Kamera, Edison Award, EBBA & MTV Music Award), and a string of sold out tours and performances at festivals throughout Europe including Glastonbury and Isle of Wight, Caro has made her mark.
On April 27th 2015 Caro will release ‘Quicksand’, a brand new song that will provide a glimpse of the third album which is scheduled for release this autumn. On April 30th Caro will return to the UK to perform at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, with the concert broadcast live on BBC Radio 2, and on July 8th in Kew Gardens. These two shows precede a run of dates in November and December:
23-11-2015 Oxford – New Theatre
24-11-2015 Liverpool – Philharmonic Hall
26-11-2015 Manchester – Opera House
27-11-2015 Newcastle – City Hall
28-11-2015 Harrogate – International Centre
30-11-2015 Sheffield – City Hall
01-12-2015 Edinburgh – Usher Hall
03-12-2015 Southend – Cliff Pavilion
04-12-2015 Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
05-12-2015 Brighton – Brighton Centre
07-12-2015 Birmingham – Symphony Hall
10-12-2015 Plymouth – Pavilions
11-12-2015 Bournemouth – International Centre
12-12-2015 Nottingham – Royal Concert Hall
14-12-2015 Bristol – Colston Hall
16-12-2015 London – Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
Tickets on general sale Friday April 24th 2015 at 10am
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The Amsterdam Conservatory jazz-trained vocalist is an original pop star with the look of a Hollywood icon of yesteryear and a voice that oozes warmth and vitality. Her live performance is not to be missed – as The Daily Telegraph noted recently “Caro Emerald had everyone in the palm of her hand’’ and her “infectious sense of fun and vintage charm can be relied on lift the spirits”.