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Singing star entertains hospital patients

A fabulous nights entertainment from Jade MayJean live on Hospital Radio Ipswich took place on the 12th June. Mark Eley who has previously interviewed Jade four years ago was the programme host.

Jade took part in the 2014 episode of ‘The Voice’ and quickly made her mark on the music scene. This July she will appear as the headline act at the ‘Ipswich Music Day’ in Christchurch Park. Jade will take to the stage at 7pm on the 1st July before travelling north to appear at ‘Butefest’ in Scotland. In between musical appearances Jade in now working on a second album to be released later this year.

In the meantime her debut album ’20SIXTY’ continues to sell widely and is available for purchase on all the main music platforms. Jade told Mark Eley that Ella Fitzgerald, Amy Winehouse and Dusty Springfield have been big influences on her life and the naming of her album reflects the eras influence upon her. Due to the amount of information and the number of numbers that Jade performed the show overshot by almost half an hour, before the regular programme presented by Gemma G was able to get on air.

Social media was buzzing with comments and praise throughout the show and Jade thanked Hospital Radio Ipswich for having been supportive over the years. Mark Eley praised Jade for all she has achieved and wished her the very best from all at HRI and also those that had listened online.

Chairman of the charity Moira Burt also thanked Jade for all her time and on behalf of HRI wished her every success.

Videos of the show are available at www.facebook.com/HospitalRadioIpswich.

HRI is operated by volunteers and serves Ipswich’s Heath Road Hospital with 24 hour entertainment including regular request programmes. You can find out more about the station at www.hri.org.uk

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