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Caro Emerald

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Caro Emerald, is an internationally renowned Dutch jazz singer and style icon. In April 2013, her second studio album The Shocking Miss Emerald went to No. 1 in the UK album chart, becoming her first UK No. 1 album.

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Artist Biography

In 2007, Caro Emerald was called upon to cut a demo for producers Jan van Wieringen, David Schreurs and Canadian songwriter Vincent Degiorgio. Caro seized the opportunity, and recorded ‘Back It Up’. When she performed the song on a local Dutch TV station a year later, the song exploded onto the scene. Viewers were constantly calling, e-mailing and ...
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    Caro Emerald
      4.9 stars, from 14 Fan reports
  • LeedSs - Leeds Direct Arena

    18/10/14

    Fantastic from Jen, 22/10/14
    This was one of the best evenings I have ever had. Caro was brilliant from beginning to end. The time just flew by and all too quickly it was over, but I left with a great smile on my face and I am still unable to get her songs out of my head. Absolutely superb! I could see her again and again.
  • Leeds - first direct arena

    18/10/14

    sounded superb from Ruth, 21/10/14
    Caro sang all the hits, encouraged he audience to join in too. She sounded absolutely amazing the band was fantastic to. Really entertaining, thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
  • Leeds - first direct arena

    18/10/14

    Excellent music, shame we couldnt see her. from Sow1, 21/10/14
    Fantastic concert by Caro but desperately needed a big screen, we couldnt see her face at all so it spoilt it really. Kris Berry the support act had a brilliant voice but god her music was depressing. The whole audience must have thought so as well as when she finally said she was going to liven things up they all cheered. Used the premier lounge prior to the show which was great but I do think they are taking the mickey charging £5 booking fee for that as well.

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