A vocalist who calls her music "tropical pop," Hollie Cook's songs are a light but refreshing blend of modern pop and vintage reggae influences, ideally suited to Cook's supple, sensuous voice.
Cook certainly has the genes for a career in music - her father Paul Cook was the drummer for the Sex Pistols, while her mother Jeni Cook was a backing vocalist for Culture Club.
Hollie began working with producer and songwriter Prince Fatty, and in 2011, they released her self-titled debut album which won enthusiastic reviews and the following year, Prince Fatty released an album of dub mixes of material from Hollie's debut, and 2014 saw the release of her sophomore effort, Twice.
Hollie's show at Jazz Cafe coincides with the release of her new record, Vessel Of Love, an appropriately named record for Valentine's Day if ever there was one.
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