Never Had A Dream Come True / Reach / Under The Surface

In early 1999 while singing in a local country and western club, Jo was discovered by an employee of 19 Management who at the time, was there enjoying a socialised evening. Subsequently, Jo followed the lead and auditioned for a place in the then new Simon Fuller Project that later became known as ‘S Club 7’. Jo was selected as part of the band along with Rachel, Bradley, Tina, Hannah, Jon & Paul.

S Club 7 rose to fame by starring in their own BBC television series, Miami 7, in 1999 which ran for 4 seasons, in addition to several television specials and a hit movie they gained two BRIT Awards for Best pop group and best single (Don’t Stop Movin’), selling a whopping 16 million records worldwide and launched four number one hit singles in the United Kingdom, with other chart-topping singles in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and the United States. After 4 highly successful years together that included 11 Top Five hits, four studio albums, a big-screen movie, and several TV series, the group announced they were to disband in April 2003.

After a couple of years hiatus, and in November 2008, Jo reunited with her former bandmates, Bradley McIntosh, and Paul Cattermole to form the spin-off group “S Club 3” – performing in nightclubs, universities and holiday camps around the United Kingdom.

After the tour ending in May 2015, Jo, Bradley and Tina (replacing Cattermole) continued the spin off band touring the UK’s small venues. Come August 2020, Jo announced her departure from the trio to concentrate on relaunching her solo career.

During the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown, Jo collaborated with various artists and past producers, notably Simon Ellis, to entertain her fans from her living room, and also appearing on “This Morning” showcasing what she’s been doing to give thanks to her fans and all key workers around the world.

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