Hailing from the South West of London Jaz Ellington is already a name at the forefront of UK Gospel having performed and written as part of The Renewal Project also having released his debut EP ‘So … This is Me’ in the spring of 2008.
Ellington hosts of singing styles from Gospel to Blues and Pop to Hip-Hop this Tenor’s vocal abilities certainly attest to the legacy in his name.
Currently at work in nine schools across the borough of Wandsworth, Ellington facilitates Music Workshops throughout Europe and South Africa and various Jazz festivals whilst regulary called to preform solo in and around Europe and at various Renowned venues; 02 Arena, Royal Festival Hall, Jazz Cafe, Queen Elisabeth Halls, Zenith Area (Paris), Fairfield Halls UK, Vegas USA
He has been described as an vocal artist by Grammy Award Winning Writer/producers Carvin Haggins & Ivan Barias of Karma Productions Philly. Hailed as a credit to the industry from Vocal Artists Rhona Benet En Vogue, Florence & The Machine, Glen GoldSmith, Kloud 9, Don E, Jamelia, Noisettes, Katie Meula, The Kooks and many more...
Tony Scott Zubia former Co-Manager for Sean Combs, Benny Madina and vocal artist for JLO, Left Eye Lopez, Faith Evans... stated " Any label that's signs Jazz would not be sorry"
Whether as a backing vocalist for upcoming artists like Mpho Skeef or Clinton Jordan, supporting those on the cusp of their breakthrough such as Tawiah and Lisa McClendon or as a session singer for the world’s leading artists from Westlife, Leona Lewis, Jamelia, Katie Melua to The Kooks and Manic Street Preachers, Ellington continues to prove his efficiency and fluency of a seasoned professional, a young man of many sounds but with one distinctive voice.