In a very special performance, we took jazz-tinged pop performers Miss 600 to London’s Padding train station to advertise the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2012. Click on the image above to watch a video clip.
Described by Radio DJ Chris Evans as ‘just brilliant’, Miss 600 were discovered by James Morrison while playing an acoustic set in Derby and are hotly tipped for stardom.
Their debut single called Twist was released in July 2011 and spent seven weeks on the BBC Radio 2 A list while also achieving over 3000 plays on UK radio. It was the eleventh most played track on Radio 2 during the third quarter of 2011 and also reached the Top Thirty on the UK independent Singles Sales Chart. Miss 600 have followed up this success with their latest single ‘Typically Me’, which enjoyed 6 weeks on the play list and to date has had nearly 1000 plays on UK Radio.
Their debut album Buying Time, which is out now, showcases their talent around simple catchy pop tunes with more than a jazz twist and includes collaborations with Maxi Priest, Sam Beeton, Sonna Rele and legendary film composer Ennio Morricone.