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Cassidy Janson

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Cassidy will be on tour September 2021 with her new live show 'It All Happened In Laurel Canyon'  Cassidy, and band will be performing the songs telling the story of the of the Laurel Canyon music scene that flowered in LA in the late 60s and early 70s that saw artists such as Carole King, Carly Simon, James Taylor, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Joni Mitchell,  write…as producer Rick Rubin said…“a cross-breeding of folk with psychedelic rock, creating some of the greatest music ever made.”…In this beautiful bubble of creativity and friendship.


"CJ (Cassidy Janson) literally brought me to tears this evening with her performance of Natural Woman. She was who I was, she felt what I felt, she was me!" Carole King

“One of Britain's most talented singers delivers her own heartfelt songs, Cassidy Janson is absolutely wonderful. Her writing is so touching and the whole mood of this album is perfect. Golden soul!” Jeremy Vine 

One of London’s major West End stars Cassidy Janson finally releases her debut solo album ‘Cassidy’ on BMG Records -  Featuring 14 new tracks, 12 co-written by Cassidy and a new song ‘Beat Me To Goodbye’ gifted to her by Carole King, ‘Cassidy’ is a personal selection of songs about life, love, laughter and longing.  Lead track ‘Better’ – which impacts on the same day - is an up-tempo killer-chorus tale of wistful memories, relationship goals and what ifs. A version of ‘When A Woman’ also features on the soundtrack of the hit UK film ‘Fisherman’s Friends’. Rupert Christie (Lianne La Havas, Tom Baxter, Lou Reed, Coldplay, U2) produces. 

Born in north London, Cassidy – or CJ as she is known to her friends – is perhaps best known as the lead in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - the Tony Award winning and globally successful show based on the life of Carole King, where Cassidy played to an estimated audience of over 500k people. Having declared herself a Cassidy fan, Carole duetted with Cassidy at British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park in July 2016 to a crowd of 65,000 people. Cassidy was also one third of Leading Ladies; a supergroup of West End star vocalists formed by Beverley Knight with Amber Riley to record the album Songs From The Stage. Released in November 2017, Songs From The Stage was certified silver within weeks of release, was a top 20 Christmas chart hit and went on to be nominated for a Classical BRIT Award the following year.
Cassidy has just been announced as a cast member for the English National Opera’s Man of La Mancha, where she will share the stage with Kelsey Grammar and Nicholas Lyndhurst all through May 2019. She is also booked to play Anne Hathaway in the forthcoming Max Martin musical ‘& Juliet’, when it opens at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London in November this year.