Sixteen year old British soul singer Joss Stone has been creating a buzz because of a mature voice that belies her age. She was first discovered when she won the British TV series "Star For A Night." On her debut album "The Soul Sessions," she performs a group of covers of obscure sixties and seventies soul classics (and a remake of the White Stripes' "Fell In Love With A Boy"). On the album, she works with collaborators like Betty Wright, Latimore, Timmy Thomas, Angie Stone and the Roots.
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All Music Guide: The Soul Sessions
Thom Jurek's assessment of the album, plus track listing, release date and performers' credits.
AskMen.com: Joss Stone
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Community bulletin board for discussion of the album 'The Soul Sessions.' (October 14, 2003)
The Honolulu Advertiser: When Joss Sings, Soul Legends listen
Steve Jones of USA Today talks with the soul singer and her producers, veteran artists and repertoire man Steve Greenburg and Miami rhythm and blues performer Betty Wright. (October 13, 2003)
PopEntertainment: Joss Stone - Soul Sister
The teenaged British singer checks in with Jay S. Jacobs about her first album. (October 13, 2003)
NPR : Joss Stone Gives Soul New Voice, New Look
National Public Radio's Scott Simon interviews Stone and her mentor and producer, rhythm and blues singer Betty Wright. Audio interview, need Real Player or Windows Media Player to listen. (September 13, 2003)
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