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Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 10 August 1962
Born day 10 August
Birthplace Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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In 2019 Fordham released a new album titled Magic, written for and dedicated to her daughter Marley.


A tour with fellow singers Judie Tzuke and Beverley Craven, called Woman to Woman, begun in 2018, was continued into 2019, after a delay due to Craven’s treatments for breast cancer. An album of the same name was also released to coincide with the tour, reaching No. 42 in the UK Albums Chart.


2015 opened in Japan with concerts in Tokyo and Osaka to promote the JVC Japan release of her Language of Love album.


After spending the summer of 2014 in the studio recording tracks for a new album, she headed to the UK for a short tour, which opened in Cornwall at St Austell Arts Centre, taking in Bury St Edmunds, Glasgow, Selby and Stockton-on-Tees.

In November 2014, Fordham returned to the U.K. to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her album Porcelain. She performed the album in its entirety, accompanied by her long-time pianist and album producer Grant Mitchell. The Porcelain 25 tour included shows at Cadogan Hall, London, The Sage in Gateshead, and the Epstein Theatre Liverpool, before closing at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne. Shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Tokyo and Osaka in Japan followed.

April 2014 saw Red River Entertainment release “The Language of Love” in the U.S. and Europe. The digital version featured two bonus tracks: “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” and “Moon River” (with strings).


In mid-2013, Fordham was scheduled to do 15 concerts across the UK. The tour began in Worcester on 20 June and ended in her hometown of Portsmouth on 13 July. During the tour, Fordham was joined on stage by Judith Owen and they performed a duet written by Owen titled “That Scares Me” from Owen’s album The Beautiful Damage Collection. Owen also performed one of her own songs and provided the on stage harmonies and backing vocals when Fordham sang her chart hit “Happy Ever After” (UK No. 27).

“Skipping Under the Rainbow” was played by Michael Ball (singer) on his Sunday night radio show on BBC Radio 2 on 30 June 2013. On 4 July 2013, Ball joined Fordham on stage at Bush Hall in London and they performed a duet of Fordham’s hit “Where Does the Time Go?” (UK No. 41).

Fordham was a guest on the Richard Madeley on Sunday show which aired on BBC Radio 2 on 7 July 2013. She performed two songs live for the show, including her single “Skipping Under the Rainbow”, with Grant Mitchell accompanying on piano.


In late 2011, Fordham released three new tracks for download, “You Left Me for Dead”, “Red Silk Dress” (collaborations with guitarist Dominic Miller) and the seasonal track “Christmas in London”.


In 2010, Fordham teamed up with comedian, actor and pianist Paul Reiser and released the album Unusual Suspects. The two embarked on an acoustic tour after its release.


In 2007, Fordham appeared as guest vocalist on a track, “Carry”, on Judith Owen’s album Happy This Way. Fordham is friends with Owen and they have performed together and been a guest on stage at each other’s shows.

In September 2007, EMI released the compilation album Songbook. It was a Philippines-only release and included previous studio recordings as well as live cuts and rare tracks. In November 2007, it was announced that Fordham had completed a new album which was going to be released via a “start up” company called NovaTunes. China Blue was released as a download-only album in late January 2008. It is a jazz-based album of self-penned songs with the exception of one track (“I Keep Forgettin'”) which is a cover of a Leiber and Stoller song and features the original singer, Michael McDonald, on vocals.


In 2006, Fordham released an EP entitled Baby Love, via AWAL (Artists Without A Label). The EP is a collection of songs inspired by the birth of her daughter Marley Rose. Also in 2006, Fordham appeared in a music video for the Judith Owen track “Here”, playing the part of Owen’s mother. The video was directed by the actress Jamie Lee Curtis.


Fordham’s seventh album, That’s Life, was released on her 42nd birthday in 2004. She performed more live shows which included a successful run of shows in Japan at the Blue Note venues. That’s Live, a live album and DVD (filmed in Los Angeles with guest appearances by the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter India Arie, the trumpeter Mark Isham and Judith Owen), was released in January 2005. Fordham then came to the end of her recording contract with Vanguard. Also in 2005, her sister, Claire Fordham, had a book published, Plus One: A Year in the Life of a Hollywood Nobody, based on her experiences of being Fordham’s sister and living in Los Angeles.


Signed in 1999 to Division One/Atlantic Records, Fordham recorded Concrete Love. The album was produced by Larry Klein who has worked with many artists including Joni Mitchell (his former wife) and with Fordham previously on Falling Forward. The release was cancelled when a corporate reshuffle caused her record label to be closed and her contract ended. The album eventually emerged on Vanguard Records and various other labels internationally, including Sanctuary Records in the UK. It now featured a re-recording of its title track as a duet with India Arie, as well as different cover artwork. Remixes of the single “Wake Up With You” were also released. Fordham embarked on an acoustic club tour in the US, the UK and Japan.


Fordham’s fourth album, Falling Forward, was released in 1994. The album peaked at No. 21 in the UK. A single, “Different Time, Different Place”, narrowly missed the UK Top 40 (No. 41). In 1997, Fordham released her fifth album, East West. 1998’s The Julia Fordham Collection recapped the best-known songs from these five albums and included new versions of recordings, including “Where Does The Time Go” which featured the vocals of Curtis Stigers.


In late 1991, Fordham released her third album, Swept. The album reached No. 33 in the UK and contained the Top 40 hit “(Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways”, which peaked at No. 19 in early 1992 and was also featured in the 1991 film The Butcher’s Wife.


Fordham released her second album, Porcelain, in 1989. The album charted higher than her debut (No. 13) and was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry. It was Fordham’s only album to chart on the US Top 100, reaching No. 74.

Fordham’s second album, 1989’s Porcelain, and its 1991 follow-up, Swept, were both reissued by Cherry Red Records as two-CD deluxe editions in 2013. In 2016, Cherry Red Records released a two-CD deluxe version of Julia Fordham. All re-releases contain unreleased versions, B-sides, rarities and annotations written by her.


In 1988, Fordham released her first album on Circa Records, simply titled Julia Fordham. After a round of publicity including an appearance on the BBC1 Wogan chat show in April 1988, it reached No. 20 in the UK Albums Chart and eventually earned a platinum disc. The album contains the Top 40 single “Happy Ever After” (which peaked at No. 27 in August 1988). The album also charted in the US, reaching No. 118 on the Billboard 200 chart.


Julia Fordham (born 10 August 1962) is a British singer-songwriter. Her professional career started in the early 1980s, under the name “Jules Fordham”, as a backing singer for Mari Wilson, 5TA and Kim Wilde, before signing a recording contract of her own later that decade. Fordham is now based in California.