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Jools Holland to release duets album Sirens of Song

Kylie, Joss Stone and the late Amy Winehouse all appear on the album.

Jools Holland

Jools Holland will release new album Sirens of Song which is a series of collaborations with female vocalists.

For the album Jools has recorded duets with stars such as Kylie, Joss Stone, Emeli Sande and the late Amy Winehouse. The album will be released on 24th November 2014.

Jools Holland said, “It’s a privilege and honour to celebrate and bring together, for the first time ever, some of the greatest female vocalists and writers of our time on this new record.”

“I’m so grateful to have had the support of these incredibly gifted women in music who bring that magical female perspective to every track… Collaborating and working with this diverse and dazzling array of talent, who hail from all sorts of genres spanning from today and back to the jazz age, has been an inspiration and something rather special… Enjoy”.

The tracklisting for Sirens of Song is:

1. Ruby Turner – Jumpin’ In The Morning
2. Joss Stone – Letting Me Down
3. Emeli Sandé – Love Me Or Leave Me
4. Louise Marshall – A Vow
5. Amy Winehouse – Monkey Man
6. Kylie – Should I Stay Or Should I Go
7. Mabel Ray – Sweet Bitter Love
8. Laura Mvula – See-Line Woman
9. Rumer – Lost Mind
10. Imelda May – Top To Bottom Boogie
11. KT Tunstall – Night And Day
12. Melanie C – I Wish
13. Ruby Turner – I Still Went Wrong
14. Eartha Kitt – Ain’t Misbehavin’

The full list of tour dates for this winter is:

October 2014

Thu 30 Southend, Cliffs Pavilion (with Marc Almond)
Fri 31 Southend, Cliffs Pavilion (with Marc Almond)

November 2014

Sat 1 Cambridge, Corn Exchange (with Marc Almond)
Sun 2 Ipswich, Regent Theatre (with Marc Almond)
Wed 5 Reading, Hexagon (with Marc Almond)
Thu 6 Northampton, Derngate (with Marc Almond)
Fri 7 York, Barbican (with Marc Almond)
Sat 8 Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall (with Marc Almond)
Wed 12 Stoke, Regent Theatre (with Marc Almond)
Thu 13 Bristol, Colston Hall (with Marc Almond)
Fri 14 Bristol, Colston Hall (with Marc Almond)
Sat 15 Portsmouth, Guildhall (with Marc Almond)
Thu 20 Watford, Colosseum (with Marc Almond)
Fri 21 Bradford, St. George’s Hall (with Marc Almond)
Sat 22 Harrogate, International Centre (with Marc Almond)
Sun 23 Sheffield, City Hall (with Marc Almond)
Thu 27 Leicester, De Montfort Hall (with Joss Stone)
Fri 28 London, Royal Albert Hall (with Joss Stone and Marc Almond)
Sat 29 London, Royal Albert Hall (with Joss Stone and Marc Almond)
Sun 30 Southampton, Mayflower (with Joss Stone)

December 2014

Wed 3 Newcastle, City Hall (with Joss Stone)
Thu 4 Newcastle, City Hall (with Joss Stone)
Fri 5 Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium (with Joss Stone)
Sat 6 Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium (with Joss Stone)
Fri 12 Plymouth, Pavilions (with Joss Stone)
Sat 13 Brighton, Centre (with Marc Almond and Rumer)
Sun 14 Bournemouth, BIC (with Marc Almond and Rumer)
Wed 17 Birmingham, Symphony Hall (with Marc Almond and Rumer)
Thu 18 Birmingham, Symphony Hall (with Marc Almond and Rumer)
Fri 19 Manchester, O2 Apollo (with Marc Almond and Rumer)
Sat 20 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (with Marc Almond and Rumer)

For details and tickets go to


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