Junior Giscombe

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Junior Giscombe
Junior first began singing in a local band at the age of 14, encouraged by the Sounds of doo-wop, early Motown, soul and reggae.

As the years passed however, the hobby became a full time musical career and Junior realised that his talents lay in writing and performing his own music. His first recordings date back to a cover of the ever green song “Nice and Slow “by Jessie Green, then the song which got him noticed “Hot up and Heated”. 

Initially signed to Phonogram Records, 1982 saw Junior hit the chart heights with the infectious anthem ‘Mama Used To Say’ which became a transatlantic hit, prompting Junior’s appearance as the first black British artist on Soul Train and earning him Billboard’s ‘Best Newcomer Award’ presented by the legendary James Brown.  The U.S. hit, ‘Too late’ which reached no 8 and his auspicious debut album ‘Ji’ followed.

Junior - Discography


Junior JI
Junior -Acquired Taste
Junior - Sophisticated Street
Junior Oceans 2005
 
Junior Giscombe
Junior Giscombe has had a long and varied career over the years. He has worked as a performer, songwriter and within various areas of production, demonstrating his wide-ranging talents as a musician. He has also has the privilege of being able to work alongside a diverse selection of other accomplished artists.

Junior Giscombe first became involved in the music industry in the late 80's. From the type of albums which make you want to get up and dance, to more mellow, soulful tracks which you might listen to while relaxing with a good book or a game of online PartyPoker there really is something for everyone within this assorted discography. Take a look below to see the full list of projects which Giscombe has been involved in.
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