London-born singer/songwriter Jessie Ware will support her latest release, Glasshouse, with a North American headline tour. "You politely asked, then you begged, so... FINALLY I can announce I am coming to North America! I can't wait," states Ware. "You know I love playing for you so much." Kicking off on Sunday, April 15 in Indio, CA at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, [Read More]
English singer Jessie Ware follows up her third studio album, Glasshouse (Oct. 2017), with the four-track live EP, Your Domino. The project was recorded in London during Ware’s four-night Islington residency earlier this year. 'Your Domino' highlights Jessie's unique sound on live renditions of "Your Domino," "Sam," "Alone," and "Say You Love Me." Back in July (2017), Jessie made her return with her first [Read More]
In the clip, shot in the beautiful art deco surrounds of Eltham Palace in London and directed by Charlie Robbins, the camera focuses only on the London-born singer/songwriter as she delivers her exhilarating message of hope and love.
With a title like "Champagne Kisses," you would expect a tantalizing accompanying music video, but not this time around
The feelings of love, happiness and togetherness are on full display in the music video for Jessie Ware's single "You & I (Forever)."
Co-written with Jimmy Napes and Tourist and produced by Emile Haynie, Jessie sings of the crushing effects of a relationshipâs end.
Jessie Ware is confused about love on "Kind Of... Sometimes... Maybe," a sexy ballad penned by R&B crooner Miguel, which is lifted from her forthcoming album, Tough Love
British Pop/Soul singer Jessie Ware is readying the brand new album, Tough Love, and the soulful, 80âs vibe, disco-inspired "Want Your Feeling" will appear on the set.
British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware parties the night away in the video for âImagine It Was Us,â the track reminiscent of the laid back dance hits of the 90s...
Check out the remix to UK singer-songwriter Jessie Ware's "Wildest Moments," featuring A$AP Rocky. The track will appear on Ware's U.S. re-release of her UK debut album of Devotion