Jodie Knight is a songwriter, vocalist and producer from Glasgow, Scotland now based in London. Her music draws influences from artists such as Chelsea Cutler, Ben Howard, and Holly Humberstone – very lyrically driven songs with strong, emotional melodies.
“I reckon in a couple of years time she’s going to be one of BBC Introducing’s major new success stories.” – Phoebe & Shereen, BBC Introducing Scotland
In 2018 she opened for Rick Astley on 2 nights of his UK tour, and in 2022 she opened for the Scotland V Argentina game at Murrayfield Stadium (67,000). She has supported Texas in Quaglino’s in London, played a sold out Sofar Sounds in The Ministry & performed at the infamous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Bar in 2023.
In 2021 she graduated from Sir Paul McCartney’s performing arts university LIPA, with a first class honours degree in songwriting & production and since then has used her skills to work with producers and writers from all over the world.
“Jodie Knight is an expert at whether it’s her own sad girl kind of pop, or whether she’s supplying a vocal feature on a huge, huge dance banger. She has proven time and time again how versatile her voice is and I reckon in a couple of years time she’s going to be one of BBC Introducing’s major new success stories.” – Phoebe & Shereen, BBC Introducing Scotland.
In her short time so far, Jodie has seen some impressive achievements, and has now had the honour of recording 3 songs at Abbey Road Studios in August 2023.
Keep a watch out for Jodie, her career is only on the rise!