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Joss Stone

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UK Soul songstress Joss Stone is an artist of the truest type. Having released three studio albums and establishing herself as one of the music industry's most brilliant vocalists, this  girl from Devon has sold over 8 million albums worldwide.

Joss has grown as an artist since her debut as a 16-year-old girl from a small town in England. Joss has matured into an extraordinary singer; as Joss is set to build on previous successes and cement her status as a true Soul Diva. She has released her new, hugely acclaimed album 'LP1'. 

As one of the most accomplished people in this highly competitive industry, and from such an early age, Joss has the ability to deliver exciting and incredibly entertaining  keynote speeches on her life, career and 'rising to the challenge' of both business and life.

Joss is a hugely successful artist and talks with charm, wit and ability about success and motivation.

Building success
Corporate Social Responsibility
Anecdotal on her own life and achievements


Joss is a fascinating speaker. Her story of her personal commitment and dedication to succeeding in the most challenging industry in the world is amazing!
- Pirelli

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