Jo Harman is a singer and songwriter who has created her own mould and set out her own stall prioritizing exceptional song writing and a scorching emotional vocal delivery that is as delicate and mind blowing, as it is strident and steely. Few artists have done it so well or travelled so far, so quickly, on the back of constant gigging and a self released album. Jo is in a unique position within her generation of female performers and is a testimony to a voice that once heard, can never be forgotten; a voice that draws on blues, soul, gospel and the classic generation of female singers like Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Joni Mitchell, Karen Carpenter, Eva Cassidy and Carole King. 'Dirt on my Tongue' is a record that does for Blues infused Soul what Adele's '19' and Amy Winehouse's 'Back To Black' did for Soul as a genre, bringing the message to a younger generation and exploring its contemporary relevance. In common with both singers, Jo has an identity and a voice that transcends labels, in the end it is all about her ability to send shivers down your spine.
01. I Shall Not Be Moved 02. Worthy Of Love 03. (This is My) Amnesty 04. Heartstring 05. I Don't Live Here Anymore 06. Sweet Man Moses 07. Underneath The River 08. Fragile 09. Cold Heart 10. Better Woman 11. What You Did For Me