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Miss Jane

by Charlotte Marshall & the 45s

Drawn from the musical traditions of New Orleans funk, Mississippi blues and 60s jazz, soul and R&B classics, "Miss Jane" moves through genres with a fusion of old and new.
Genre: Blues: New Orleans Blues
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Miss Jane

Written by Charlotte Marshall & Fraser John Lindsay
Produced & Mixed by Fraser John Lindsay (Fraz Records)
Engineered by Colin Cameron (Standing Stone Studios)
Mastered at Cava Sound

Performed by Charlotte Marshall & The 45s

Charlotte Marshall - Vocals
Michael Harrison - Drums
Tim Clarke - Bass guitar
Fraser John Lindsay - Guitar
Tim Brough - Keyboards
Gordon Dickson - Saxophone
Fenwick Lawson - Trombone
David Donnelly - Saxophone

Biography

Since her beginnings as a waitress in a cabaret hotel, songwriter and singer Charlotte Marshall has been influenced by the troubadours who passed through her early musical career. Charlotte grew up sifting through her parents' LPs, working her way slowly outwards from an inherent love of the blues, and gradually building what has become the steadfast soundtrack to her life as an independent musician. Charlotte achieved a Bachelor of Contemporary Music in her native Australia, but her irresistible stage energy took her to bigger things; writing, arranging and performing with various line-ups at a long line of prestigious venues and festivals. Since settling in Scotland her musical career has taken off and Charlotte has become a well-known figure on the Scottish music circuit. Her new seven-piece groove band, featuring a some of Scotland’s most talented musicians, brings a distinctive flavour of retro to the roots scene. Drawn from the musical traditions of New Orleans funk, Mississippi blues and 60s jazz, soul and R&B classics, Marshall’s blistering originals and re-funked covers are an assortment of sounds which move through genres with a fusion of old and new. In an explosion of modern sound, delivered both musically and lyrically with flair and sardonic wit, Charlotte Marshall and the 45s are set to make an indelible mark on the blues and roots scene and their scorching live show leaves a dedicated following begging for more.

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