Reigning BCMA Female Artist of the Year, Jade Helliwell’s style is a British blend of pop and country, influenced by the likes of Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton, as well as more contemporary artists such as Danielle Bradbury and Maren Morris.
Over the last couple years, she has performed alongside some of the biggest names on the country music scene, appearing regularly at festivals such as Country to Country, Buckle and Boots, Country on the Clyde, Millport Country Music Festival and the prestigious Nashville Meets London festival.
In May 2017, a video of Jade singing with a busker on a night out in Leeds went viral and reached 23 million views across Facebook and YouTube. Her EP quickly re-entered the charts and reached #1 in the country charts, and #8 in the official charts.
2018 saw Jade release new Infatuation, proceeded by Drive, which was premiered on Chris Country Radio. Jade was also awarded ‘Best Song’ for single Boom Tick at the 2018 BCMA Awards, and picked up ‘Best Female’ at the awards for the second year running.
These achievements can be added to an impressive list of nominations and awards from 2017, including ‘Best Female’ and ‘Best Solo’ at the Box Radio Awards, ‘Artist of the Year’ and ‘UK Female of The Year’ from UK Country Radio and ‘Outstanding Artist’ at the Yorkshire Roots Awards.
Jade kicked off 2019 with a tour of Australia with Buckle and Boots Festival concluding with a slot on the International Stage at Tamworth Country Music Festival.
2019 was another successful year for Jade with performances at festivals, new singles ‘Stormchaser’ (added to the Wild country playlist amassing over 200k streams) & ‘Put It On You’ . She became an Orange Amps Artist and won BCMA awards for the Video and Song of the year. She wraps up the year with a release of her new single ‘Stay’.