Joss Stone signed to a major label at 15, and released her debut album, The Soul Sessions, aged 16. She has sold over 14 million albums worldwide, won Grammys and Brits, with her success paving the way for a new generation of British female soul artists.
Stone has kept the company of musical royalty, performing alongside legendary artists such as James Brown, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Sting, Van Morrison and Melissa Etheridge. In addition, she has collaborated with and contributed to albums for many of the world’s finest musicians, including Jeff Beck, Mick Jagger, and Damien Marley.
Recently, Joss Stone completed her most audacious project to date – The Total World Tour – in which she performed in over 200 countries.
Joss Stone’s new studio album, ‘Never Forget My Love’, is out now on Dave Stewart’s Bay St Records. The 8th album from the Brit and GRAMMY® Award winning singer and songwriter, is her first in 5 years and was co-written with the Eurythmics legend. Written at Bay Street Studios, Bahamas and recorded at Blackbird Studios, Nashville, discussing the collaboration, Stone says “Dave and I have been great friends for a very long time and we have worked together on various projects. He has this calm, quiet confidence that encourages you to tell your story. He is a breath of fresh air, very young at heart. And he always wants to lift you up.”
In addition to writing and recording new music, in the past year Stone has launched a successful podcast “A Cuppa Happy,” along with a weekly Facebook Live cooking show “Cooking With Joss,” and in February 2021 she won season two of the hit competition series The Masked Singer UK.