Jill Brown

I started singing and songwriting around ten years ago, initially as part of a band. Prior to this, I wrote for another artist. I come from a long line of musicians. My dad is a composer/contemporary hymn writer.

I have played well-known Glasgow venues like King Tut’s, Stereo (supported Larkin Poe), the Tut’s stage at the Clyde Auditorium as part of the C2C Festival (Country to Country) – although I am not country my previous album had a country feel.

I have played gigs in unusual places to people on the margins of society – Barlinnie Prison in Glasgow, one of the biggest and most notorious in the UK (on several occasions); a homeless shelter in Glasgow, a space for people struggling with addictions.

I am planning gigs for 2022 now that the world is opening again.
On the song:

“I wrote ’Neverending Song’ on my piano after coming off the phone to a friend who was going through a very traumatic experience. I wrote it with him in mind but then realised it would resonate with a wider audience. I want people to know they are not alone. It sounds cliched, I know, but many people feel isolated with no one to turn to. My message is that you are valuable and there is always someone who cares.” Jill Brown

Other facts on Jill

Jill plays places no one else would normally play to people who can’t afford live music.
She set up a record label called Conviction Records – the first in Scotland for ex-offenders.
Jill used to be a TV news presenter

For this song – for fans of: Massive Attack

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