Collette is a jazz and blues influenced solo artist championed by BBC Introducing,
BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 6 Music, Soho Radio and Jazz FM.
Her music is eclectic with dramatic, dark, theatrical, and sometimes ironic tones.
Collette is difficult to fit into any box – she has a unique sound of her own.
Her truly unique style and visually captivating performance leaves audiences
enchanted and wanting more with her raspy, hauntingly unique vocals.
She is often described as ‘Imagine Janis Joplinchannelling Edith Piaf.’
Her original work is timeless yet fresh, and her versions of covers are unlike anything
else you’ve ever heard. She completely makes them her own.
Collette plays at all major venue in and around London with sold-out performances at
the Jazz Café, the Blues Kitchen, The 100 Club, The Roundhouse, The Piano Bar
Soho, amongst others.
Along side her musical career, Collette is also an activist. She currently has a piece of
her artwork in The Now Exhibition. Curated By Leah Wood. An exhibition bringing
awareness to the current climate and helping raise money for Drop4Drop charity.
Collette has performed for Samuel l Jackson’s charity One For The Boys at Abbey
Road Studios and recently performed for Vivian Westwood’s Cool Earth charity in an
effort to save the planet, and is an ambassador for the Nordoff Robbins Music
Therapy Charity. She recently performed a gala night in their honor at the Grosvenor
House Hotel alongside KT Tunstall and Texas.
‘CC your music is amazing! I love it! I listened and immediately loved the sound.'
What a voice!’ – Huey Morgan, BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music
‘Just lovely’ – Claudia Winkleman, BBC Radio 2.
‘What a voice’ – Sara Cox BBC Radio 2.
‘We’re going to be hearing a lot more from Collette Cooper. What a voice.’
‘Someone I’ve fallen for, oozing sass and attitude.’
Chris Hawkins, BBC Radio 6 Music.
‘I am Colette’s biggest fan. Her music is some of the best music I’ve heard. I love her
voice, so unique as is her music. Love it!’
Nick Grimshaw, BBC Radio 1.
‘Best birthday ever was when Collette sang with her band,’
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