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Love Supreme adds Melody Gardot, Esperanza Spalding, Brand New Heavies & many more

26 / 03 / 2013
  Love Supreme adds Melody Gardot, Esperanza Spalding, Brand New Heavies & many more

We are very excited to announce 10 more fantastic artists are going to be joining our already stellar bill of acts performing at the Love Supreme Jazz Festival. Taking to the stage this summer against the gorgeous backdrop of Glynde Place in East Sussex will be the Grammy nominated jazz singer Melody Gardot who will be headlining the Jazz Big Top on the Sunday. The Sunday will also see world-class mainstage performances from Grammy winning, bass playing sensation Esperanza Spalding and London’s very own acid jazz pioneers Brand New Heavies.

Also performing will be New Orleans natives The Soul Rebels, an eight-piece brass band who will provide some serious high energy Louisiana funk to the Saturday, the formidable instrumental noise-rock band Three Trapped Tigers and the MOBO winning Kairos 4tet.

We are also welcoming to Love Supreme a wealth of emerging British talent. Soul songstress Josephine, the prolific and wonderful Gwyneth Herbert, the Lucinda Belle Orchestra led by their enchanting harpist & singer and soulful new talent Matthew Lee.

Saturday night will also feature an after party in the dance stage by the legendary Funky Sensation who will be taking their legendary night at Ronnie Scott’s to the fields of Sussex.

All these artists will be joining Bryan Ferry & The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, Jools Holland & His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Chic feat. Nile Rodgers, Michael Kiwanuka, Robert Glasper Experiment, Marcus Miller, Branford Marsalis Quartet and many more.

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce the festival’s 8th edition will be postponed and will now take place 2nd - 4th July 2021.

Read the full statement, including line up confirmed so far, here.

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