Julia Fordham

Genres: Pop / Rock Vocals
Descriptive "tags": female vocalists pop singer-songwriter chill Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
Links online: BBC Music Official Homepage Wikipedia

Biography

10 August 1962, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. Formerly one of Mari Wilson’s backing vocalists, the Wilsations, Fordham embarked on a solo career in 1986 as the archetypal angst-woman of the 80s. She achieved an initial UK chart hit with the Top 30 ‘Happy Ever After’ (which also reached number 1 in Japan) in 1988, and a self-titled debut album and the follow-up both reached the UK Top 20. However, her biggest success came with the non-original ‘(Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways’, which reached number 19 in February 1992. These releases, and the subsequent Swept, all on the Circa label, established the singer with a ‘thirtysomething’ audience, enabling her to perform headlining dates at venues such as London’s Royal Albert Hall. Her fifth album, 1997’s East West, saw Fordham teaming up with producer Michael Brook. Following a label change to Atlantic Records, 2002’s Concrete Love teamed her with producer Larry Klein...

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