6 May 1962 (age 56)
London, England, United Kingdom
Juliet is a stalwart of the British pop, jazz, and dance industry. She's performed and recorded with the perennial jazz ensemble Working Week, provided backup session vocals for too many artists to name here, taught aspiring teen viewers some vocal performance basics via British television's "Rock School" series, and recorded under her own name- mostly in close association with producer/mixer/musical impresario "Dancin' Danny D." Poku, who also ushered a young Cathy Denis to fame and fortune.
Juliet's material has encompassed traditional jazz interpretation as well as contemporary R&B , hip-hop influenced Brit-pop, and full-on House Anthems (most notably "Caught Up in the Middle", which stormed world dance charts in a variety of gospel-tinged remixes in 1994). She is an excellent example of the "workaday" talent that exists behind the scenes of the industry; usually fortifying the efforts of "name" artists, but occasionally breaking out on its own terms for the much-earned "hit" here and there.
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