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Let me dream: itunes, radio airplay, internet radio
Don't tell me: radio airplay, internet radio
Leave or Stay: internet radio, radio airplay
Don't worry: radio airplay (several stations)
Lovely: live session radio airplay
It bothers me: itunes, radio airplay, internet radio

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Jade was born in Folkestone, Kent and started singing lessons at the early age of 12 working with different vocalists and learning different styles. Also learning to become a performer through regular local shows. By the age of 18 she was performing on the West End stage in London. On her journey home from an evenings performance, she tripped over an open guitar case from the busker in the tube station. This busker happened to be Paul Hart; after the apologies and somewhat flirtacious exchange of words, they swapped numbers and the band Jatinda was born. Paul happened to have been born in Folkestone to, THIS was fate!
Paul has been in many bands as a drummer but always felt something was missing in his music career. So he learnt to play the guitar and piano, so he could find another songwriter (vocalist) to write songs with. From the opening moments of meeting Jade, he knew this was the person he had been looking for. Rehearsals started almost immediatly and as many as 3 songs a day were written with ease. The chemical connection between Paul and Jade has been growing stronger everyday, both personally and musically.
All Jatinda songs are written as a diary. Jatinda music is very unique and catchy. Influenced by the likes of Pink, Kate Nash, Newton Faulkner, Tenacious D, The carpenters and life itself.